Re: [NTO] "The publisher could not be verified"
GSORT is a 3rd party freeware utility that I have been running since about 1985.
You were a great help. By including C:\1\RH2\, it worked:
^!ShellWait C:\1\RH2\GSORT C:\1\RH\RHT /1 2 /CQ
The odd thing is that if I used the following, GSORT was still found (because C:\1\RH2\
is in my path) and run, but w/ the error popup I had to respond to:
^!ShellWait C:\1\RH\RHT /1 2 /CQ
So I'm happy. I don't mind putting the full path for all such pgms.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2005 10:58 PM
Subject: Re: [NTO] "The publisher could not be verified"
Roy Herring wrote:
> The clip works great and always has. It's XP that now gives me the
"The publisher could not be verified" message.
> When I respond to it, the clip still works great. I just hate having
to respond every time when I never had to before.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: hsavage
> To: ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Monday, May 30, 2005 6:22 PM
> Subject: Re: [NTO] "The publisher could not be verified"
> Roy Herring wrote:
>> I recently moved to XP and am now getting this error message I never
> had before:
>> "The publisher could not be verified". Then I have to click on RUN.
>> It is for a sort program, C:\1\RH2\GSORT.EXE, which I call as follows:
>> ^!ShellWait GSORT C:\1\RH\RHT /^%Cols% /CQ
>> Does anyone know how I can get rid of this annoying message?
> I don't have gsort and I don't know how you're setup or the command-line
> parameters but, I would think this is the correct clip command line to
> run gsort.exe unless C:\1\RH2\ is in the environment path of your
> ^!ShellWait C:\1\RH2\GSORT.EXE C:\1\RH\RHT /^%Cols% /CQ
If this command-line doesn't help what happens if you double-click the
program directly when in Windows explorer or other file manager?
Is gsort a 3rd party freeware utility? I don't have it but, if I could
download it I would try it, I have XP also.
hrs > hsavage@...
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