I'm having a problem and I'm not sure how to proceed. I'm using a custom url protocol to open remote desktop (and a few other internal programs) and it works fine on Windows 7. It doesn't work on Windows 10, however, and I'm not sure what's wrong. This is my installer, the script language is called Nullsoft, and it's pretty self explanatory. It is NOT an issue with the script itself, I can verify that it is running correctly and that all of the registry entries are created, they just don't seem to be the right entries for Windows 10. I restarted the computer as well just to be sure.

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Outfile hyperlink_installer.exe

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#Check to make sure we have admin rights
UserInfo::getAccountType
Pop $0
StrCmp $0 "Admin" +3
MessageBox MB_OK "Please run as admin: $0"
Return

#Write the RPD hyperlink installer
FileOpen $9 C:\Windows\hyperlink-rdp.js w
FileWrite $9 "var server=(WScript.Arguments(0))$\r$\n"
FileWrite $9 "var prefix='rdp://'$\r$\n"
FileWrite $9 "var app='C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\mstsc.exe'$\r$\n"
FileWrite $9 "server=server.replace(prefix, '')$\r$\n"
FileWrite $9 "server=server.replace('/', '')$\r$\n"
FileWrite $9 "var shell = new ActiveXObject('WScript.Shell')$\r$\n"
FileWrite $9 "shell.Exec(app + ' /v:' + server)$\r$\n"
FileClose $9

#Write the RDP registry keys
WriteRegStr HKCR "rdp" "" "URL:Remote Desktop Connection"
WriteRegStr HKCR "rdp" "URL Protocol" ""
WriteRegStr HKCR "rdp\DefaultIcon" "" "C:\WINDOWS\System32\mstsc.exe"
WriteRegStr HKCR "rdp\shell\open\command" "" "wscript.exe C:\WINDOWS\hyperlink-rdp.js %1"

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I'm at a loss and not sure where to even look next. The registry looks very similar to the http entries for the same thing and works fine in Windows 7 (at least my machine.)