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accepted Why does this service refuse to start on Windows server 2003?
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answered Why does this service refuse to start on Windows server 2003?
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comment 12.04 ext4 - cannot create regular file/No space left - with a lot of space and inodes
The site you are looking for is google.
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revised Why does this service refuse to start on Windows server 2003?
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Jun
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comment How can I run an application from a network share without prompting for Admin password?
@Zoredache Will you please post your first comment as an expanded answer so that I can accept it as the solution?
Jun
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accepted Remotely uninstall software from domain workstations
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answered Remotely uninstall software from domain workstations
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revised Why does this service refuse to start on Windows server 2003?
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asked Why does this service refuse to start on Windows server 2003?
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answered How do I remove the restart etc. options on server 2008?
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answered Prevent linux from being replaced
May
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comment How can I run an application from a network share without prompting for Admin password?
@Zoredache Good advice. Restructuring the program in a way that will stop hitting some 'Elevate this to administrator rights' trigger may induce less headaches than figuring the Windows aspect out. Although, I am unsure why a program in C++ with network capabilities on a network server would raise such a flag....
May
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comment How can I run an application from a network share without prompting for Admin password?
Thanks for the great advice. However, after getting a gpresult report and verifying it thoroughly, nothing is amiss in regards to permissions. Limited users have permission to this folder for 'Full access' as well as 'Execute'. Effective permissions show that there is no reason the user would need to elevate permissions to run the program. (And it is in attempt to run the program (UAC prompt) not a network/folder access (Network dialog) prompt ) so that is my mistake in the original question.
May
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comment How can I run an application from a network share without prompting for Admin password?
The compatibility mode option I need is to 'Run program as administrator' for all users. Utilizing a batch file would be insecure, if I had to put the password in plaintext to run this program. Attempting to start the program from a batch file without the 'Run as admin' option, fails to initiate the application. (Never loads)
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asked How can I run an application from a network share without prompting for Admin password?
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comment Remotely uninstall software from domain workstations
@jscott Can you combine your comments and make them an answer, so I can accept it? Research and planning has shown that re-imaging PCs from a singular base point is the best course of action.
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