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    Where we can add a registry permission for iExplorer so that a user who is logged on the Windows XP machine with limited access (as a restricted user) can run iEplorer under Admin Rights (using RunAs).
    Thanks

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    Re: XP Registry issue !

    Originally posted by eazad View Post
    Where we can add a registry permission for iExplorer so that a user who is logged on the Windows XP machine with limited access (as a restricted user) can run iEplorer under Admin Rights (using RunAs).
    Thanks
    You don't need to do anything in the registry; you just need to give them credentials which have Admin rights (i.e. the user name and password of an Admin user). Then they shift-right-click iExplore.exe (or a shortcut), select "RunAs", enter the Admin details and off they go...

    But beware; all that will happen is that the user will start logging in with their admin account and using that for day-to-day use.


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      Re: XP Registry issue !

      Curious why you need admin rights for iexplore. Maybe if you explain what you're trying to accomplish we can suggest another way.
      Cheers,

      Rick

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        Re: XP Registry issue !

        Hi ,

        You can manage it well through GPO, the best security maintanace tool ....

        Peter.

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