A customer of ours was using Rapise on a computer that was also running the ANSICON application. This changed some of the settings in the Windows registry that affected the Windows command-line parser. This article explains how to clean up the command-line to allow both applications to work correctly together.
The problem manifests itself when you try to run or replay a test script on Rapise. Every time you click the Record or the Replay button the following message appears:
The solution is to find this key in regedit: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor\AutoRun
The value specified will be: (if %ANSICON_VER%==^%ANSICON_VER^% "C:\ansi160\x64\ansicon" -p)
This instruction was set by the ANSICON application that was installed on the machine.
By removing this value from the AutoRun key the problem will be solved and Rapise will start recording and running scripts properly.
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