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.NET desktop application (run as administrator need to skip)

Posted on 2015-01-27
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Hello,

I've an desktop application for .NET.
For logging feature, it does log into 'Event Log'. So, we need to execute 'Run as Administrator'.

We wanted to deploy over Tablet and end-user might not have 'admin' authorization.
So, can we have any trick to skip 'Run as Administrator' OR any other suggestions?

Please note, event logging feature will still remain with application.

Best Regards,
Mohit Pandit
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by:uday kiran reddy
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You can set those options in manifest file.
Or you can use the tool "ACT" for this.
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You are not required admin rights to use the Event Log! Are you using EventLogTraceListener or something else?
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Okay, I shall check & let you update
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thanks
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