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uac prompts

For MSI bundles, how does ZCM manage to prevent UAC prompts from being
displayed?

User is a member of the Users+ group via DLU -- not an admin so
elevation is required.

Stock (not repackaged) MSI for JRE 6 Update 30 referenced by UNC:

-launching the MSI directly or via msiexec command line produces a UAC
prompt for credentials (as expected)

-launching the MSI via an MSI bundle configured to "run as logged in
user" produces no UAC prompt

Just want to understand this.

Thanks.

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Re: uac prompts

Special Hooks into the Windows Installer Service.

On 1/11/2012 2:03 PM, _jd_ wrote:
> For MSI bundles, how does ZCM manage to prevent UAC prompts from being
> displayed?
>
> User is a member of the Users+ group via DLU -- not an admin so
> elevation is required.
>
> Stock (not repackaged) MSI for JRE 6 Update 30 referenced by UNC:
>
> -launching the MSI directly or via msiexec command line produces a UAC
> prompt for credentials (as expected)
>
> -launching the MSI via an MSI bundle configured to "run as logged in
> user" produces no UAC prompt
>
> Just want to understand this.
>
> Thanks.
>



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