The UAC is a feature for protecting your system. It achieve this by popping up a confirm window whenever any important change will be apllied to the system, and this confirm window MUST BE RESPONSED BY A REAL HUMAN USING THE REAL KEYBOARD/MOUSE OF THAT PC.cgallery wrote:The Win7 machine has a user logged in as LIMITED (NOT ADMINISTRATOR).......
Now, from within that connection (on the machine I'm using for remote control) I might do something like a right-click an icon and then "run as administrator" or Control Panel/Programs and Features/Turn Windows features on or off (anything that would require UAC) and my connection halts and the machine running the SC app is at a UAC prompt.
YY wrote:For verify, you may try to run your SC.exe with an Admin user to see if it can run as what I supposed to be.
YY wrote:See if this page: Windows 7 - Elevated Command Prompt can help.
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