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Developing Applications that Run at Logon on Windows Vista

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Details development requirements for applications that run at logon on Windows Vista.
  • Version:

    1

    File Name:

    ApplicationsBlockedLogon.doc

    Date Published:

    15/01/2007

    File Size:

    147 KB

      This document details how to design and develop applications that run at logon in Windows Vista. In Windows Vista, User Account Control (UAC) prevents applications from elevating as a user logs on.

      UAC is a new technology in Windows Vista. To learn more about UAC, visit the Windows Vista User Account Control page on TechNet.
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows Vista, Windows XP

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