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In previous versions of Windows you will also need to be an Administrator to do this. The only difference is that in Vista it will automatically run you in a lower privilage account even although you are logged in as an Administrator unless you explicitly run the application as Administrator. This is for good reason - too many people run as Admin and that can compromise your system. In Vista if an application tries anything that may compromise your system (like the code you are running) it will prevent it.

How other applications deal with it, and that includes Microsoft applications, is to restart the application as Administrator if it can. If it can't it will prompt the user to provide the appropriate credentials. Unfortunately, I can't remember the code to do this.

Remember, your application will still fail under XP if you are not logged in as Administrator too. Only admin level accounts have the rights to write to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE in the registry in Windows NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and 2008. In Windows 95, 98 and ME anyone can write the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.


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