Is there a way to launch application that installs under user profile, if that make sense. As far I know SCCM launch application using system context, but I have script which deletes registry under HKCU but that will not happen for user who launch it is it, so I`m wondering what was needed to do to launch application installation so it happens under user interface or something?

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You can delete the other user's HKCU keys from HKEY_USERS hive by reading their SID..

Answered 03/05/2013 by: jagadeish
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To answer your question directly: You can just set the run mode as "Run with user's right" and it will run in the logged on users security context.

Indirectly:
I wouldn't do it like that. Create a script that changes all the user profiles on the system in one go, or use GPO preferences if you can.

 

Answered 03/05/2013 by: Ifan
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But is in it requires then admin rights to install application if it will run as user?

Answered 03/05/2013 by: lanselots
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  • Try rephrasing that, it's difficult to understand you.
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If the package you are deploying contains any advertised entry-points, e.g. an advertised shortcut, you can create a new user-level feature containing the registry deletion and then move the feature which contains the shortcut so that it becomes a child of the new feature. Thus, when the entry-point is used, self-healing is triggered.

If there are no advertised entry-points, use Active Setup.

See? The answer's still the same, even when you ask the same question using different words!

Answered 03/06/2013 by: VBScab
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