I need to deploy an Application but along with that i need to register few dll's. I have a C# process in install method of custom installer that runs a bat file containing commands to register dll's like
I posted this question on the c# forum, but they sent me here, so i'll post it here again.
situation: i have a program which has a function which needs to be run with elevated rights,but it has to be the elevated rights from another user (the domain administrator)
Maybe this is not clear at all, so i'll specify my question
user1 runs an application
user1 presses a button which results in running another application
this other application has a manifest file which says to the uac that it needs to be runned with elevated rights.
Vista prompts me if i want to run this application with elevated rights (from user1, with no posibility to give other credentials)
But i don't want this second application to be run with elevated rights from user1, but from user2 (user2 is a domain administrator, user1 is not)
Over the shoulder credentials is turned of on every pc here, so there is no way the user1 can change to user2 (his domain administrator account).
I've been googling for a solution for this problem, but i cannot find anything useful. Is there anyone who can point me in the right direction. I only want vista to prompt me for giving a user and pasword for running this application as a domain admin..
Thanks in advance to anyone who can point me in the right direction
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Up until now, I've always used the "roll your own" crash handling thing that people do -- catching the crash and writing a minidump...
It's a great way to debug your software after it goes on the road.
But, occasionally I get 0 byte DMP files.... I am considering WINQUAL...
- They collect your crashes, sort them, and deliver them to you with nice reports and a new "response" system, where you can tell the user what to do...
Anyhow, my question: For those of you out there who use WINQUAL -- what do you think of it?
Does it do a better job of collecting crashdumps than I could?
It seems like one of those things the OS is better off handling, than I?
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From about 2 days ago, when I try to start cmd.exe there's a delay of about 10 seconds before the window appears. Before that it used to appear instantly. If I logon with a different userid it appears instantly. So I figure there's some registry setting or something doing this, any ideas?
I'm running Vista and my userid has full admin authority; the shortcut I usually use is set to run as administrator - but this makes no difference; if I run cmd.exe from the run box it has the same delay.
I am write a software using VC++ which is having USB interface to Digital Readout System. I am use our own USB driver. I am use Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and my operating system is Windows XP. my software working ok in XP means it read data from DRO and Write data to DRO. But when i install my software on Windows Vista, software run but when i try to read or write data to DRO it shows USB device not connected. But if i see in Device manager USB devices it show my device is detected.
I wan't to know what is problem? Is any setting required to do to at compile time of project to work it with Vista. or I need to do my project compile on Vista operating system.
thanks Superman but i'm sure you're wrong; i can in both of them(vista & xp) but under vista i have to be administrator & i was going to find a way which i can register activex when i'm a standard user.
I am running Vista home premium and I have an external drive containing a lot of image files. When I browse to the drive in Windows explorer, all the images have exactly the same thumbnail even though they are different when opened. Windows seems to pick one of the images from the folder and use that thumbnail for every image. This is quite annoying when it comes to seeing what I have on the drive as they all look the same.
I have tried clearing my icon cache using the cleanup in system tools.
Is there anything else I can do? Does anyone know what could cause this problem?
if you tell Windows Explorer to show hidden files, you might find a "thumbs.db" and delete it.
That may solve the problem.
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