I have forgot about Process Explorer too. I used it only for testing purpose. I tested again using JauntePE_JauntePE.ini and using ObjectDock_JauntePE.ini, I got no strange behaviour at all. I'm sorry for the false alarm, but I could swear that it did happen. Perhaps it was cleared when I re-do everything from beginning.
If you're running an app directly from its exe, I don't see how anything related to JPE could be involved.
I mean I'm running normal exe via JPEized-OD. Each time there is AppName_JauntePE.ini or JauntePE_JauntePE.ini in the same folder with normal exe, the ini will be read and executed.
So example: I run osk.exe via JPEized-OD. If there is no ini file in osk folder, osk.exe will not be redirected. But, if there is osk_JauntePE.ini or JauntePE_JauntePE.ini with setting to redirect osk.exe, the osk will be redirected.
That's why I thought, perhaps completely ignores any exe or child process could be a good idea. So, I could easily choose to run JPEized-osk or normal osk by choosing to run osk.exe or osk_portable.exe only, not editing or renaming the ini file.
So, basically I got no problem at all with OD and the current build, only very curious with the ignores all exe and child process.
Thank you again.
Also, maybe it is a good idea to make it so that JauntePE will create the registry folder automatically. As you know I use in the ini:
as template. If I didn't create "JPE-Registry" folder prior to running the JPE-exe, the JPE-reg will not be available, thus it resulting the same like what I experienced in Process Explorer.
But again, this could be useful to use for applications in public places, so no settings from prior user will be saved. However I noticed that for file system, the folder is automatically created when I exit the JPEized app. I tested this on OD only tho. So perhaps option to discard any registry and file system created from memory, to keep the application runs like the first time being run & preventing disk write on USB.
One more thing that I was wondering, is it possible for JPEized app to be available in the context menu and File Types? Tried to do it with Winamp, but I think I was unable to. I think I did register FileType for JPEized Winamp but I think it needs previous entry, not sure, & will do some more test on this. Perhaps special stealth application for JPEized apps' Context Menu & File Types?