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  1. expanded LangSecRef (I used a batchfile to BFIthe syntax since the "complete" syntax doesn't seem to be listed anywhere and some of those are useful like the Registry Cleaner) ; LangSecRef ; ; 3001 = Internet Explorer ; 3002 = Windows Explorer ; 3003 = System ; 3004-3100 = Advanced (not including 3021-3029) ; 3021 = Applications ; 3022 = Internet ; 3023 = Multimedia ; 3024 = Utilities ; 3025 = Windows ; 3026 = Firefox ; 3027 = Opera ; 3028 = Safari ; 3029 = Google Crome ; 3101 = Temporary Internet Files ; 3102 = Cookies ; 31
  2. Yeah I have had this problem a few times too... I am not 100% sure what is messing with my WMI since I was never able to pin it down. anyway copying this into the comand prompt fixes the problem 99% of the time cd /d %SystemRoot%\system32\wbem for %i in (*.dll) do RegSvr32 -s %i for %i in (*.exe) do %i /RegServer I am not sure why it doesn't work if saved as a batchfile but hopefully this will help some people
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