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Using the Compatibility Administrator Tool

Updated: May 31, 2012

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Vista

This section provides information about using the Compatibility Administrator tool.

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Topic Description

Available Data Types and Operators in Compatibility Administrator

Describes the attributes, data types, and operators that are available for querying your custom-compatibility databases.

Searching for Fixed Applications in Compatibility Administrator

Describes how to locate specific executable (.exe) files with previously applied compatibility fixes, compatibility modes, or AppHelp messages.

Searching for Installed Compatibility Fixes with the Query Tool in Compatibility Administrator

Describes how to use the Compatibility Administrator query tool to locate your individual compatibility fixes on your local computer's installed databases.

Creating a Custom Compatibility Fix in Compatibility Administrator

Describes how to create a new compatibility fix.

Creating a Custom Compatibility Mode in Compatibility Administrator

Describes how to create a new compatibility mode.

Creating an AppHelp Message in Compatibility Administrator

Describes how to create a new AppHelp message.

Viewing the Events Screen in Compatibility Administrator

Describes how to access and review your activities while using the Compatibility Administrator.

Enabling and Disabling Compatibility Fixes in Compatibility Administrator

Describes how to enable and disable your compatibility fixes for troubleshooting and testing purposes.

Installing and Uninstalling Custom Compatibility Databases in Compatibility Administrator

Describes how to install and uninstall custom databases (.sdb files) to fix the issues in your organization.

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