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Markus Mayer29-Jul-08 23:02
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Hi folks.

We have an application that uses remoting to communicate with our servers. Because we are adding new features very often we need to keep the clients up to date. It is my job to develop the auto updater.

I have a small problem with vista, though (at least I think so), because the updater would download zip packages from the server and extract the contents to the application folder. I fear Vista doesn't like this very much.

I'm searching for an elegant solution for this, one that doesn't bug the user. (And I guess I'm not the only one, but maybe I missed something on Dr. Google's)

Any ideas?

My current approach is:
When I set the requestedExecutionLevel to "requireAdministrator" in the manifest, but this ends in firing the UAC elevation dialog every time the updater runs, although there may be no update to do at all. Is there a way to elevate the process only when needed, i.e. when I try to create a file in the "Program Files" folder?
If I don't elevate the program at all, the access to "Program Files" gets virtualized. That's not exactly great for an updater. Smile | :)

Regards,
Markus

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