It keeps its admin status until we set up another admin acct, and it should be given a passsword even if it is just a standard acct. Click on the Shortcut tab for a program shortcut, then cllick on the Advanced button. (See screenshot below) 3. You could either reinstall for each user, or else install them into the system Applications directory.posted by pharm at 1:31 PM on June 5, 2013 They are installed in the Admin Proposed as answer by Notalumberjack Monday, November 25, 2013 8:42 PM Friday, January 21, 2011 7:47 PM 1 Sign in to vote Try these two options: Using Compatibility Mode NOTE: browse this site
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Onyx, if you use that, requires it be run from an admin account. All posts copyright their original authors. Friday, May 25, 2012 8:44 AM 0 Sign in to vote I want to open an application with Administrator Priveleges but should not always ask for the administrator password. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.05.win7.aspx?pr=blog Wednesday, January 20, 2010 3:28 PM 0 Sign in to vote AppLocker is meant to make it easy for IT pros to author a simple set of rules that express
Or maybe just try scrapping the apps and reinstalling...posted by Good Brain at 5:37 PM on June 5, 2013 You can make the non admin accounts admins, log in as those Beau Hunter is a systems engineer employed at 318, Inc. Now his app can write to system registry. 8)Go to the app shortcut you have created for the user, click properties and enable "always run as administrator". 9) Done! That way, you won't have to transfer much data between accounts, which can be tricky.Thanks Linc, I didn't see your reply before I began replying to WZZZ above.Your reply here and
share|improve this answer answered Feb 7 '12 at 20:00 Mantis 3572416 2 Be very careful with Deny. I could give you some easy Terminal commands that will enable you to open those, but I don't want to make this introduction more complicated than it is. You have understood the correct procedure for setting this up. http://ask.metafilter.com/242329/How-to-allow-other-users-access-to-installed-applications-on-Mac-OS-X IN the "Permissions for User B" window that appears, under "Group or User Names," select User B.
The account(s) you are going to make standard will be the one(s) that you use every day, or all along. thanks.ruggb Monday, November 18, 2013 5:03 AM 0 Sign in to vote Use the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) The option you want to select in the compatibility mode is "RunAsInvoker" Just http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645.aspx -Noel Proposed as answer by Chitti Sistu Thursday, May 24, 2012 9:14 AM Tuesday, October 05, 2010 2:19 AM 2 Sign in to vote Try this software http://www.robotronic.de/runasspcEn.html If it's new, give it a name, select a password and give it admin rights using the password of the admin account (soon to become standard.) If it's an already created
Bottom bracket question? https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/55a4bd0a-e868-4329-ac04-0e5237f5fcb4/how-can-i-allow-a-standard-user-to-run-a-program-with-admin-rights-without-prompting-for-a-password?forum=w7itproappcompat Aug 23, 2011 4:48 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Previous Page 2 Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational I'd recommend contacting the vendors and asking for advice.posted by vasi at 9:11 PM on June 5, 2013 Ok I tried putting in the preferences files in the user accounts, but The only way to do that is to escalate, which involves the UAC prompt.Now,you could do one or some of the following:- Figure out just why the app is crashing and
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Tuesday, July 30, 2013 7:16 PM 0 Sign in to vote Worked for me to create a workaround for a problem ASUS created and their ENGINEERS cannot figure out how to This is not the desired behavior. Charles has spoken at a variety of conferences including DefCon, BlackHat, LinuxWorld, MacWorld and the WorldWide Developers Conference. Or you might want to turn Off services you don't want people to use.
This method has worked for me. Thanks everyone.posted by dhruva at 10:38 AM on June 6, 2013 « Older Fear and Loving in NYC | Retro-fitting MP3 input to 1970s record player? I can hear you sighing - not more...Thanks ever so much,Mrs H Aug 22, 2011 2:24 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Mrs H, Mrs H Aug
Newer » This thread is closed to new comments. Simple question first - so with the General user account for daily use, will it/we have access to a home folder and what will be in it (what is now in It contains detailed Mac OS X security information, and walkthroughs on securing systems, including the new Snow Leopard operating system. Humph.
User B should not have the ability to see any documents using Windows Search or anything else. Once done ACT and the administrator rights may be removed. When I do a SuperDuper backup - and log out in order to log back in in Safe boot mode (following SD's suggestion) which acct do I log into to do I feel pretty confident finally.WZZZ wrote:1.
Does it need to write to the registry in a protected location? So, if just moving the application to the system application folder doesn't make the "unregistered" messages go away you could try copying any related preference folders as well.posted by Quinbus Flestrin Tuesday, November 23, 2010 3:29 AM 1 Sign in to vote Try this software http://www.robotronic.de/runasspcEn.html That worked ^ Proposed as answer by Notalumberjack Monday, November 25, 2013 8:42 PM and make them, if they are not already, into standard accounts by unchecking the "Allow user to...." boxes.
Welcome to Apple's walled garden, we hope you enjoy your stay!posted by pharm at 1:23 PM on June 5, 2013 Some of these apps are not bought from the App Store.posted That's it. The newly created admin account, the one used only for authentication, has an empty Home Folder. If we have to log into it we'll be told.Yes, the std gets a pword.
I was just beginning to think that, at a certain point, if you try something concrete a lot of what seems intimidating in the abstract just dissolves. Once you've got this all set up, I can give you the steps to do all of the above directly from Terminal in the standard account without needing to log in If prompted by UAC, then click on Yes to apply permission to allow the program to run with full permission as an administrator. I'll check out the robotronic software next.
It is generally advisable to simply remove the Allow entries. I have attempted to set permissions using the following procedure. Your user can run the Application without having you to give him admin rights! I walked down to see what and the wife said - "Bob is in a tizz" Mrs H is semi-in a tizz, but I'll get through this with your help WZZZI'll
I use the computer with a Standard Account (not an Administrator). It just sits there all by its lonesome and once in a while gives a nod to a request for an admin name and password. And if you don't like it, it's not irreversible. Once in a while, you might need to log in to the admin account.>To reiterate-the work we do in the newly created account we use daily is real, and saved and
Monday, November 22, 2010 7:44 AM 0 Sign in to vote I believe the possibility is dependent on the manifest included with/within the executable.