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Windows 7 Enterprise laptop in Active directory (Server 2008 and server 2003 mixed)
I try to install touchpad application on Lenovo ThinkPad T510.It has 2 exe files (one is update) and hotkey application.
I log on under local admin account to that laptop
Hot key application installs as expected - UAC asks whether I want to install it,and then installs application
TouchPad application - UAC asks whether I want to install it,then start installation and error message is displayed :" To install this application,the local security policy option "User Account Control - Detect application installation and prompt for elevation" should be enabled
Why I can install many other applications but not that one.As I said,I log on as local admin
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by:SSupreme
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Try to switch off UAC.
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For some reason, Windows is "seeing" this application as a threat.
I would temporarily disable UAC and try installing the application.

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/12/30/how-to-disable-and-turn-off-uac-in-windows-7/
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by:Sheldonhal
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Try this:

http://www.itechtalk.com/thread6259.html

You can just set the option, and then don't have to turn of UAC. I would also try turning off UAC to test.
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by:vmikhal
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Guys I do understand principle of UAC,how to disable and work around.Question was "Why?what so special? why not other apps?
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by:vmikhal
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gave me a tip but still have to research a lot
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