Setting and Clearing Image File Flags

Image file settings affect instances of the specified program that start after the command completes. They are saved in the registry and remain effective until you change them.

Ff556840.wedge(en-us,VS.85).gifTo set and clear the image file registry flags

  1. Click the Image File tab.

    The following screen shot shows the Image File tab in Windows Vista.

    Screen shot of the Image File tab in Windows Vista
  2. In the Image box, type the name of an executable file or DLL, including the file name extension,and then press the TAB key.

    This activates the check boxes on the Image File tab.

  3. Set or clear a flag by selecting or clearing the check box associated with the flag.

  4. When you have selected or cleared all of the flags you want, click Apply.

 

 

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