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Alternate filebrowser - exec service changing back to -1
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NiZ
Thu Mar 09 2006, 11:03AM

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I appear to have an issue with my newest alternate filebrowser. It seems as if
the exec service resets its Alternate Explorer value at rather random times.
I have not been able to see a single trace to where ever this bug might be,
since it can happen from one access to my filebrowser to the next command (I.E. it isn't a reboot), and I don't use IExplore, so it shouldn't be that either.
Maybe the exec service checks for the standard alternate filebrowser in the registry (which is still Explorer), every now and then?

//NiZ
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starling
Fri Mar 10 2006, 03:03AM

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Joined: Mon Aug 29 2005, 12:04AM
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sure it's not to do with where the links are? if u change the exec xml file it doesn't change links opened from the desktop (i think) or something like that

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NiZ
Fri Mar 10 2006, 04:02AM

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Joined: Wed Mar 02 2005, 01:11PM
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I thought of that as well. It isn't. Without exec service running, you can't even open icons from SharpDesk
Besides, the error (if you can call it that), occured all the times I experienced it when I launched something from the scmd.

//NiZ
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pixol
Fri Mar 10 2006, 06:06AM
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The alternative filemanager was never really fully added, hence why it remained an xml configuration property

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