I have a WPF Application. I have bundled it in a Setup.msi using WIXToolset. The installer, by default, takes ”’ C:Program Files(x86)”’ path. I understand that for running this .msi and installing the application, it requires Administrative Rights. What I don’t understand that is , after successful installation, Application calls for Administrator Rights for every ..
When I run npm –version at a normal command prompt, it gives a different version than when I run under an administrator command prompt, and I can’t upgrade the non-admin npm. Background: My computer is set up with a locked down "main" account and a separate administrator account. I can run an app "as administrator", ..
I have space between my administrator username and I want to remove it , my current administrator username is abhay chaudhari but I want to make it as abhay-chaudhari. what should I do ? Source: Windows..
Can someone tell me how to properly install this program to run with admin privileges at startup on Windows 10 using WiX? All the help I’ve seen via Google has been old ones saying to use the Startup folder. Now, although the Startup folder still seems to work, I don’t think it’s the preferred way ..
I recently decided I wanted to try using the Linux bash in Windows 10. To do this, I followed an online guide that showed me how to activate developer mode from the settings, then enable the Linux subsystem in Windows from the control panel. Once I noticed all apps were launching in admin mode by ..
I’m running Windows 10 and a few weeks ago I managed to do something (in the middle of the night – can’t remember) such that I can’t open PowerShell (nor PowerShell ISE) with administrative rights anymore. When opening it via right-click -> as admin, the Shell opens and closes immediately. Opening without administrative rights works ..
What I noticed about problem: "Install.wim file provided in the Windows 10 1809 ISO download from Microsoft is over 4 GB in size. We need to have our boot USB formatted as FAT32 in order to boot properly on some first generation UEFI computers, and FAT32 has a file size limit of 4GB." UEFI iso ..
I have a small nodejs script that simply changes the system date using exec() command. I am using it for automation purpose, so I need it to change the system date on just a click. Now the issue is – I need to run it as administrator to change the date or else the system ..
I need to change permision of the shared directory which is on my domain, from "Read and execute" to "Full control" from my C# windows application. The application is started from non administrator user. Becasue of this I understand that i can’t change the permision via standart method: DirectoryInfo dInfo = new DirectoryInfo(FileName); DirectorySecurity dSecurity ..
I am running a user account with administrator privileges (confirmed in lusrmgr.msc) however I am still needing to specifically open several apps i.e. cmd prompt and PS as an administrator to get the elevated privileges. Is this normal and can I set the account to run all apps as admin by default? Source: Windows..