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Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 5:02
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Richard MacCutchan20-Jan-13 21:52
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Anthony Appleyard wrote:
How do I switch to running in administrator mode?
You can right click the program in Windows Explorer and click "Run as administrator". Alternatively you can use the Project Properties: select Linker -> Manifest File, and change the UAC Execution Level to either "highestAvailable" or "requireAdministrator". This is always assuming that you are already running under an account with administrator level access.
Anthony Appleyard wrote:
When did all this about several users and an administrator start in desktop PC's?
It started with Windows XP and gets progressively more sophisticated with Vista and Windows 7.
Anthony Appleyard wrote:
I have a very similar Visual C++ project which does not refuse to rename files in my C: area.
So it would be a good idea to investigate what is different between the two.
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Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 22:11
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QuestionIs there a way to trace an mpi message through a topology? Pin
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QuestionSOLVED Cannot access #include files – “permission denied” Pin
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