"GADOI" <support@xxxxxx> wrote:
Sorry, I didn't realize you were asking as a developer.
> Now I am working with the UAC "a program needs your permission to
> This is when I first click on it to run. It seems like eventhough I do
> want to know when apps run at administrative level, I do not want/need to
> know if and when it is an app I created or I distribute for my company.
> So there should be a way to let UAC know this is an "OK" app to run at
> that level... then perhaps not.
The consent prompt is displayed when your application attempts to perform
some admin task. Since the introduction of UAC, writing apps that require
the least possible user rights, has become increasingly important. Take a
look on the Windows help file for further information, then head back over
to MSDN and the Developer Forums. I can perhaps help you with tweaking
Vista's UAC, but when it comes to developing software that complies with UAC
requirements, you'll find far better help at MSDN.
The Windows Help file: http://download.microsoft.com/downlo.../Top10Wave.exe