|26 Aug 2010||#1|
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Allow non-admin users install .msi in Windows 7 Professional
Hi, I need configure Windows 7 Professional to perform:
- Allow non-admin users install (and update) a .msi file.
I tried creating thie key AlwaysInstallElevated , set = 1, in the registry:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER \Software \Policies \Microsoft \Windows \Installer
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \Software \Policies \Microsoft \Windows \Installer
But didn't work, also, the key (Installer) don't exist, I creat it.
I also tried create rules in the AppLock, with Hash and Path parameters, but didn't work, and the Documentation says that Win 7 can create rules, but can't apply them, only Windows 7 Ultimate and Enterprise.
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