Yep, it does, I think I posted that someplace in this thread. I battled with this for MONTHS(if not years), till I found an option that completely disables the message BUT, you will need to search for it, as don't have time to find it right now.werds wrote:
Putting a pin in this one here in order to figure out why it is not working for me (finally got around to trying this last night and spent way too much time fighting with greyed out permission boxes then finally after I removed inheritable permissions and tried with what was left it still kept resetting it back
A quick way is to create a registry file and run a batch file to start WMC, on the first line, import the reg file and run WMC.... So when you reboot your computer, it will run the script and you wont see the message for that session. Although if you switch sources on a AVR or something, on return, it will show again.
The ONLY way I was able to FULLY get rid of it was by a HEX edit of one of the WMC files. If you have the exact version (on a updated WMC), and you can hex edit the file, then use the admin tool from the Windows 10 WMC installer, to replace the file on WMC. I got the details on how to do it one of the experts who helped on W10 WMC (or I think he did most of it) and he lists it in that thread that I replied to with the same user name (I am DavidinCT over there).
This fully removed this message as it disabled it at the system level. I also removed the Volume popup (when ever stopping video, the volume 50 in the corner would show up) we did a hex edit for that one too.
If you go this route and find the details, if you ever have to do a sfc /scannow it will replace the original files.
If your not very techy, I would avoid this one, as you put a wrong number in it you can damage WMC...
Edit: Depending on versions...this is Windows 7 only...
How to HEX
https://forums.mydigitallife.info/threa ... ost1204986
Then you need to check your ehshell.dll version...and this is only for x64
ehshell.dll version 6.1.7601.18968, x64
https://forums.mydigitallife.info/threa ... ost1205342
ehshell.dll 6.1.7601.19061 x64
https://forums.mydigitallife.info/threa ... ost1205623
You might need to register to that site to see the posts but, this is what I did....
and if you want the volume thing, let me know I can provide this too... I looked them up and saved to my favs, there is even away to do RDP video as well but, I think it breaks extenders.