Thanks for your fast response protoman
Have bought Tiberium Wars and Kane's Wrath in a bundle with no further games included, so I'd think it ain't the ultimate collection?
Bibber's launcher seems to modify both registry and executables. It doesn't accept game paths as a command-line argument. Have kept all game files and a registry dump of all keys on my external drive, along with a copy of the DX9 SDK. Before modifying any of them, I would prefer to create another copy.
Am I correct that the CNC Online launcher hooks the executable to modify hardcoded server names/ips?
=> Could also redirect traffic by reconfiguring my router. Would be easier if the game uses DNS though, but either way I'd need the new server name/ip.
=> Does the game utilise encrypted communication and requires certificate overrides?
An easier approach would be to help the launcher find the executable path - by what means does it try to find it?
Main registry keys (including installPath entry) reside in:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Electronic Arts\Electronic Arts\Command and Conquer 3 Kanes Wrath
Further keys containing language settings reside in:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Electronic Arts\Command and Conquer 3 Kanes Wrath
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Electronic Arts\Electronic Arts\Command and Conquer 3 Kanes Wrath
Thanks in advance,