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Hi guys, I need a solution for blocking Software Installation in Local Administrator. Because in our office we are using "SKY TONE" software, it works only administrator rights. If i give rights user can install software, i want to prevent software installation.
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Hi there,

first thing's first. trace the application's dependency. (e.g. *.ini file)

go through the application's directory tree (*.exe) and set user level permission.
Basically what you have to do is to set user's permission on the Application only.

regards,
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Thanks for your reply Bocyxp. I can't understand, can you say the procedure.
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