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Windows 7: How do i ignore UAC prompts in App-V client machine

16 Jan 2012   #1

Windows 7 32 bit
How do i ignore UAC prompts in App-V client machine

Hi all

This is my first thread in Win7Forum. I virtualized Gliem's TestPrep application using Microsoft App-V Sequencer and created the necessary files to install it in client machine.There is only one entry point(shortcut) for this app.

After successful installation of this app in the App-V client machine , i tried launching the shortcut. it is working absolutely fine in admin login but when i launch the same shortcut in user mode. It is throwing me error message showing that i am using a limited user account.

when i launch the same shortcut using Run As works fine...

I tried changing the compatibility settings by going to properties of the shortcut and forcing the app to run in admin mode...still its not working fine...Tried __COMPAT_LAYER Env list in OSD still no joy....need help desperately....

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18 Jan 2012   #2

Windows 10 Pro x64

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