The name of the entry is the GUID that represents the program entry in the Appcompat database. The entry type is DWORD, and the entry has a value of 0x77.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 for all the program fixes that you want to disable.
Export the newly created registry entries to a .reg file. Then, deploy the .reg file to production computers.
Program Compatibility Assistant warnings
When you try to perform a silent installation or an automated installation of a program, the Program Compatibility Assistant may display a warning. Additionally, it may stop the installation. To allow for the automated installation of a program, you may want to disable this Program Compatibility Assistant warning.
How to disable a Program Compatibility Assistant warning
To disable a Program Compatibility Assistant warning, use a test computer to determine the registry keys to create. You can then use these registry keys to disable the Program Compatibility Assistant warning on other computers.To do this, follow these steps:
Run the affected program on a test computer.
When you receive the Program Compatibility Assistant warning message, click to select the Don't show this message again check box.
Note This action creates a registry entry in the following registry subkey: