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Perhaps the behavior exhibited is similar to the behavior of a web browser that is either started with administrative rights or is started in the default mode. Both modes, by the way, can be present under control of the same user. But if you'll notice, as an administrative starter, the webbrowser that is opened by "you" will no longer allow any external application to access it's "space". In my experience all administrative web browsers open at the time of an external app requesting use of the default windows browser will throw a brick until all administrative browsers relinquish whatever control they have over a running instance.

Not the same thing? Probably. Just seems like one could say "'Seen one vacuum behavior, 'seen 'em all".

modified 11-Jul-23 13:19pm.

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