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Windows 7 Professional (Fully updated).

UAC seems to be preventing an Outlook Add-in from installing/running correctly. When I disable UAC and restart, it works fine. When I re-enable UAC and restart, the add-in stops working.

Is there a log that can provide more information? In the event viewer I see the following (process names have been renamed to protect the innocent :D)

    <MATCHING_FILE NAME="foo.dll" SIZE="961024" CHECKSUM="0xFCCA9721" MODULE_TYPE="WIN32" PE_CHECKSUM="0x0" LINKER_VERSION="0x0" LINK_DATE="04/29/2010 18:16:53" UPTO_LINK_DATE="04/29/2010 18:16:53" EXPORT_NAME="foo.dll" EXE_WRAPPER="0x0" />
    <MATCHING_FILE NAME="fooagent.exe" SIZE="284560" CHECKSUM="0x60BEE68C" BIN_FILE_VERSION="" BIN_PRODUCT_VERSION="" PRODUCT_VERSION="" FILE_DESCRIPTION="Foo Module" PRODUCT_NAME="Foo Product" FILE_VERSION="" ORIGINAL_FILENAME="foo.exe" INTERNAL_NAME="foo" LEGAL_COPYRIGHT="Copyright © 2002-2011 Foo, Inc.  All rights reserved." VERDATEHI="0x0" VERDATELO="0x0" VERFILEOS="0x4" VERFILETYPE="0x2" MODULE_TYPE="WIN32" PE_CHECKSUM="0x48D1C" LINKER_VERSION="0x0" UPTO_BIN_FILE_VERSION="" UPTO_BIN_PRODUCT_VERSION="" LINK_DATE="08/05/2011 23:56:34" UPTO_LINK_DATE="08/05/2011 23:56:34" VER_LANGUAGE="English (United States) [0x409]" EXE_WRAPPER="0x0" />

What is GRABMI_FILTER_PRIVACY? Is that a specific rule in UAC? If so, what is it looking for?

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You can download Microsoft's Application Compatability Kit. Then use either the Standard User Analyzer or Standard User Analyzer Wizard and it gives a very detailed report of any violations.

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Thanks. I'll check it out. What I'm noticing is that some workstations will have problems and others won't. Not sure why. – Mike B Jan 21 '12 at 1:30

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