> Thanks for posting here.
> My name is Helen and I am happy to receive your post. From the problem
> description of the post you submitted, my understanding is: you want to
> know how to set the key dword State 0x00023c00 at
> Providers\Software Publishing.
> Per tests on my side, we can manully set the Base as Hexadecimal and change
> the value to 23c00.
> Could you please confirm which operating system you use?
> If there is any concerns and questions on the above, please feel free to
> let me know.
> Helen Li
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> Please - could someone point me in the right direction?
> At HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WinTrust\Trust
> Providers\Software Publishing is the dword State and it is set to
> 0x00043c00 which according to SPats blog
> means "allow only items in personal trust database".
> I want to reset the value to 0x00023c00 but I don't know where this value
> is configured.