The Windows Audio Engine service that loads APO DLLs runs under
limited privileges and doesn't have access to large parts of the
To solve this problem, either make sure that service has the necessary
filesystem ACLs to access your APO DLL, or move the DLL to some
location the service has access to.
Pointing the Process Monitor tool to the audiodg.exe process is a good
way to troubleshoot this kind of problem.
On Mon, 4 Mar 2019 at 10:32, Rajendra Sethi <rajendra.sethi11@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am trying to load the apo dll which is a copy of windows sample swapapo
project from different location(not c:\windows\system32). But I am not able
to load the dll.
I am registering the DLL using regsvr32 "Location\swapapo.dll".
Thanks And Regards