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E_ACCESSDENIED with SAPI 5.3 GetStorageFilename

E_ACCESSDENIED with SAPI 5.3 GetStorageFilename

E_ACCESSDENIED with SAPI 5.3 GetStorageFilename

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Hi experts;

I have exhausted all sources on the net. In trying to improve speech recognition with SAPI 5.3 (on Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit), all goes well until I try to create the registry entry with GetStorageFileName, at which time HERROR is returned as E_ACCESSDENIED. I've taken this from the microsoft documentation on SAPI 5.3 Speech Recognition.

I've been working on this for a week now without success. I've tried: Disabling the UAC completely, recompiling in x86, x64 and both. I'm using Visual Studio 2010 C++.

Any help will be most appreciated!!!

CComPtr<ISpObjectToken>   cpObjectToken;

// Create file to be stored under C:\Program Files and that is to
   // have name like MyData "7412341D23334A7321707145534EC235.dump.
   hr = cpObjectToken->GetStorageFileName(guid1, L"TestFile2", L"c:\\Program Files\\MyData%d.dump", CSIDL_FLAG_CREATE, &cpFileName2);

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