using native regedit

Alexandre Julliard julliard at
Tue Oct 22 17:56:12 CDT 2002

"Jeff Smith" <whydoubt at> writes:

> Found something: it works if I fully qualify the command name.
> I was trying this in the DllOverrides / command-line respectively:
>   "regedit.exe" = "native, builtin"
>   --dll regedit.exe=n,b
> What I have to do for it to work is this:
>   "C:\\Windows\\regedit.exe" = "native, builtin"
>   --dll C:\\Windows\\regedit.exe=n,b
> I still do not think this is *exactly* as it should be,
> but I'm finally on the track to figuring it out.

It's the way it's supposed to work, because it mimics the way
loadorder works for dlls: a simple "regedit.exe" matches only if
regedit is in the system directory. Otherwise you need to specify the
full path, or use a wildcard entry like "*regedit.exe".

Alexandre Julliard
julliard at

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