I've researched a bit and came to the understanding that VirtualStore is part of the new UAC feature in Vista/W7 which is the file system part of the transparent data redirection and redirects write access to folders like
program files to
C:\User\<username>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\ in lack of applications respecting the LUA principles.
Now I'm interested if that kind of transparent redirection can also be used as a power to the user. Here's an example which comes to my mind:
I install any kind of software to e.g.
D:\Whatever\ThisAndThisApp\ and I set up things that, after initial installation, any write access to this folder is transparently redirected to e.g.
Is this thinking too far or can I actually use that power of VirtualStore as a user on Windows 7? I'm using the Professional version zf that matters.