Process - See if running as administrator (elevated)
How to See if Process is running as administrator (elevated) in Vista and Windows 7
Published by Brink
26 Jan 2014
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Thanks but now I'm wondering if my paranoia will increase. If "Not Allowed" means the process is running as administrator what does "Disabled" and "Enabled" mean? I assume if it's enabled, it means the process is running in UAC Virtualization but what does that mean? The process isn't UAC aware?
I have one process (iMON) that controls the front panel IR display on my PC. It shows "Enabled".
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