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Launch your application in Vista under the local system account without the UAC popup

, 17 Apr 2007 CPOL 328.8K 7.7K 150
This article describes how to launch an application from session 0 to session 1 under the local system account using a service helper application
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Jaisvar
Architect www.dizyatec.com
Singapore Singapore
I graduated from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in May 2004.Currently I am working as a Technical Consultant. I am also doing my Masters of Computing in IT project management from NUS, Singapore.My interests include reading technical articles,watching movies and traveling.My main areas of work include Project Management, Software Analysis and Design,Building Enterprise Applications using Microsoft .NET technologies,smart phone application development (Windows Mobile 5.0 and Blackberry) and System Programing on Windows Platform & WinCE

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