Registry Editor: Persistant Handler in .exe is missing

Gina Fairuz 1 Reputation point

Hi, I just updated my windows into 11 Version 22H2. Somehow I checked in registry editor and found out that my persistant handler in .exe is missing. How can I fixed it? Thank you in advanced.

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  1. Dave Patrick 426.4K Reputation points MVP

    Some option listed here.

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  2. Limitless Technology 44,081 Reputation points


    In this case, it is possible that Windows 11 upgrade had detected an incorrect file association and persistence for exe that could suppose a vulnerability for the system. Please try a system health restore following the next article:

    Repair a Windows Image

    Additionally, there is a working workaround proposed in Microsoft Answers community, which include a modification of the registry. Please always backup your registry before making any changes. If you don't feel comfortable editing the Registry, contact a professional that can perform the operation.



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