Why would the restrictions of UAC keep an application from installing to a regular user profile?
Run as administrator installs to the administrator user's profile running the install. Is it really necessary to login to that profile to actually find the application?
Am I missing something beyond providing permitted user credentials?
If there are administrative only apps why are there ANY administrative tools anywhere for a regular user?
As a follow up, this reminded me to ask...
When I have a shortcut which is set to RUN as an administrative user, how come it won't just do that? Why is it necessary to verify? It would seem the the method for assigning permissions should make for less steps and yet it isn't. I am a recent XP user with the bad habit of running as admin, and am trying to remedy my ways.
What am I missing?
I have worked hard to not turn off UAC