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troubleshooting Question

UAC and In House applications

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We have a large number of in house applications that we have used for years.  We are just starting to migrate users to Windows 7 and have ran into a few problems.  Most of the apps work fine, but a few of them are getting busted by UAC when the user tries to launch them.

The UAC screen is yellow, so I know that it means it is an unverified publisher.  It is a VB6 app, but other VB6 apps we have work fine.  I have read that if you get the app verified online then Windows will recognize that, but we haven't done that for any apps and only a few will not work.

Anybody have any ideas, or any workarounds for that matter?  I am not a developer, just a tech support guy but any information you need I can try and squeeze out of our developers.

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