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How to make msi package that it will not call UAC in windows 7? when install msi package

I have a msi package that will install a service and write instructions in HKLM and prompt user for UAC to accept or not. What I need it if I install it it will not ask for UAC to accept it or not. What changes I made to the software for this modification and how to do this? 

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  • Try to see if you can use AutoIt. This is kind of scripting which will wait till the prompt occurs & will choose the options that you need based on what you wrote in the script. - Vinodreddy597 5 years ago

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Posted by: Pressanykey 5 years ago
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Hi,
as soon as an installer attempts to write to areas that a "normal" user does not have the permissions you will automatically get a UAC prompt. What you are asking is not possible.

Cheers
Phil

Comments:
  • Thanks Phil. Is there any other possibility to install the sofware on standered user account without poping up for UAC.

    Thanks - philipadi 5 years ago
    • Click-Once - BUT that will not fulfil your requirements, you have a service which ur adding, requires UAC. - rileyz 5 years ago
    • Yes, there is. You would have to sign the MSI, allow (via GPO) all users to installed signed MSI's.
      This is a tall order, as you need:
      1. A Verified Certificate to sign the MSI
      2. The Code Signing Toolset
      3. Set the GPO

      2 & 3 are easy, 1 is hard... (and could be expensive). If you only need to deploy it in your own domain, then you can create your own root certificate (if you don't already have one). Create a code signing certificate from your root certificate and use that to sign the MSI.

      Cheers
      Phil - Pressanykey 5 years ago
 
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