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How can I run restricted applications in a non-admin account if gpedit.msc is disabled by an admin. Is it possible?

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If you are loging in with a standard user account with no administrative rights and Gpedit.msc is disabled, there is not a lot that you can do. I've been checking on the web to prove I could be wrong but...

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Please consider to upvote :) Thanks – r0ca Feb 22 '10 at 12:08

No, that's pretty much the point of the restricted applications functionality.

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U can install and use restricted programs without admin rights on xp and 7. U have to use uniextractor to unzip and install the files. it works 100%

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Your link is broken, you might wanna fix it. – Bobby Aug 10 '10 at 9:33
False, if an app need to be run as admin, it won't work without admin. – Magnetic_dud Dec 15 '12 at 12:12

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