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clickonce - does writing/reading to the Data Directory required Admin rights?


clickonce - does writing/reading to the Data Directory required Admin rights?

By : kilalile
Date : October 18 2020, 11:12 AM
wish helps you What i would suggest (easiest to do) is add the file(SQLLite database I believe) as an existing resource, right click it, go to properties and change build action to Content, and Copy to output directory to "Copy if newer".
From here you have 2 options:
code :


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XCOPY-deploying Microsoft Sync Framework in a no admin rights scenario (i.e. ClickOnce install)

XCOPY-deploying Microsoft Sync Framework in a no admin rights scenario (i.e. ClickOnce install)


By : Sreeram Siva Kumar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Why would you use the Sync Framework? Is there a specific use case you have in mind where it would work well?
The DSA will stack up the service calls and once a connection becomes available it will start to shoot those calls off to the relevant services. It's not something you could really Sync.
Are local admin rights required to install Silverlight?

Are local admin rights required to install Silverlight?


By : user1492448
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Can anyone provide an emphatic answer as to whether local admin rights are required to install the Silverlight 3 client? Most of the Google results say “yes” (with some conflicting answers), but I’ve just tested this on several Win XP machines and installation was definitely successful without admin rights. , Yes, local administrative rights are required.
Mac OS Directory Services/LDAP user with local admin rights

Mac OS Directory Services/LDAP user with local admin rights


By : Sreeraj Rajan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Ok, I got the answer :-):
I first tried to add the harry through dscl. But that did not succeed.
code :
dseditgroup -o edit -n /Local/Default/ -u YourLocalAdminUser -a YourLogin -t user admin
Reading / Writing security properties to objects in Active Directory (the same way Delegation of rights work) C#

Reading / Writing security properties to objects in Active Directory (the same way Delegation of rights work) C#


By : pkssssss
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help So here is a simple example that allow the domain user 'user1' to reset password for users presents in OU 'ForUser1'
code :
/* Connection to Active Directory
 */
DirectoryEntry workingOU = new DirectoryEntry();
workingOU.Options.SecurityMasks = SecurityMasks.Owner | SecurityMasks.Group | SecurityMasks.Dacl | SecurityMasks.Sacl;
workingOU.Path = "LDAP://WM2008R2ENT:389/ou=ForUser1,dc=dom,dc=fr";

/* Retreive Obect security
 */
ActiveDirectorySecurity adsOUSec = workingOU.ObjectSecurity;

/* Ellaborate the user to delegate
 */
NTAccount ntaToDelegate = new NTAccount("dom", "user1");
SecurityIdentifier sidToDelegate = (SecurityIdentifier)ntaToDelegate.Translate (typeof(SecurityIdentifier));

/* Specils Guids
 */
Guid UserForceChangePassword = new Guid("00299570-246d-11d0-a768-00aa006e0529");
Guid userSchemaGuid = new Guid("BF967ABA-0DE6-11D0-A285-00AA003049E2");
Guid pwdLastSetSchemaGuid = new Guid("bf967a0a-0de6-11d0-a285-00aa003049e2");

/* Ellaborate ACEs
 */
ExtendedRightAccessRule erarResetPwd = new ExtendedRightAccessRule(ntaToDelegate, AccessControlType.Allow, UserForceChangePassword, ActiveDirectorySecurityInheritance.Descendents, userSchemaGuid);
PropertyAccessRule parPwdLastSetW = new PropertyAccessRule(ntaToDelegate, AccessControlType.Allow, PropertyAccess.Write, pwdLastSetSchemaGuid, ActiveDirectorySecurityInheritance.Descendents, userSchemaGuid);
PropertyAccessRule parPwdLastSetR = new PropertyAccessRule(ntaToDelegate, AccessControlType.Allow, PropertyAccess.Read, pwdLastSetSchemaGuid, ActiveDirectorySecurityInheritance.Descendents, userSchemaGuid);
adsOUSec.AddAccessRule(erarResetPwd);
adsOUSec.AddAccessRule(parPwdLastSetW);
adsOUSec.AddAccessRule(parPwdLastSetR);

workingOU.CommitChanges();
Writing to files on system drive C: without admin rights in Delphi

Writing to files on system drive C: without admin rights in Delphi


By : i658303
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times If you're not an administrator, you cannot write in certain places. That is to protect you (or your users) and it's a rule you cannot circumvent without disabling UAC, which you should't rely on (if it's possible at all in Windows 8).
Pick a location you can write to, for instance a Documents folder or another special folder for storing application data.
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