How can I adjust the Image File Execution Options per-process invocation(like a CreateProcess call)? It is possible to programmatically enable application verifier, but this works by creating a persistent registry key in hkey_local_machine that affects all processes, and requires administrator access to do so. I’d like to enable the equivalent of specific application verifier checkboxes ..
I just started using Application Verifier (10.0,x64) to debug some potential memory issues, but now I’m running into several strange issues that were never issues before. For example, when I call MapViewOfFile() on files less than 400KB, I’m getting return value 8, which I believe is ERROR_NOT_ENOUGH_MEMORY. The specific file that throws the error appears ..
My C++/MFC program uses the CFileDialog class to retrieve a filename to open. If I comment out the DoModal() call, no Verifier Stops occur. If the dialog is opened (even if it is then simply Canceled), the stops are generated — three in a row. So I tried the Common File Dialog Sample: https://github.com/Microsoft/Windows-classic-samples/tree/master/Samples/Win7Samples/winui/shell/appplatform/commonfiledialog. Same ..
I encounter some very strange behavior and I don’t know how to handle it. I suspect that the behavior started to reproduce after last Windows upgrade. But I am not sure if it has anything related to it. (I discovered it when I tried to run maven, which uses java) The behavior is the following: ..
Simply, I cannot run App verifier (WOW or 64-bit). It simply does not start. Event viewer says: Faulting application name: appverif.exe, version: 10.0.18362.1, time stamp: 0x58ca3409 Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 10.0.18362.1139, time stamp: 0x335bbdaf Exception code: 0xc0000374 Fault offset: 0x000dfa1d Faulting process ID: 0x2ad0 Faulting application start time: 0x01d6aa7ad4a12bf6 Faulting application path: C:WindowsSysWOW64appverif.exe Faulting ..
I’ve enabled application verifier on my application, and it created a registry value VerifierFlags with value 0x80000000 Where do I find a list of possible VerifierFlags values? I tried to lookup online, the only thing I found is about drives. Does anyone know? Source: Windows..