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    changing file types using gpo

    hi

    does any one know away how to change the file extension mp3 to open with media play and not some other software using a script or gpo?

    for some reason vlc player is the default player for mp3 files and we need it to be media player as ict for life wont open media files.

    Thanks

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by ful56_uk View Post
    hi

    does any one know away how to change the file extension mp3 to open with media play and not some other software using a script or gpo?

    for some reason vlc player is the default player for mp3 files and we need it to be media player as ict for life wont open media files.

    Thanks

    Mark
    something along the lines of finding all the relevant file types you want to restore to wmp and make a batch file to do so

    Easy File Associations

    unless you can get a client that has all of this setup already and just export the registry key and make a startup / logon script to silently execute the reg file so that it imports it without any prompts etc



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