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RE: Non-privileged user installation

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 09:57:40 -0500

> How do I install TottoiseSVN without logging in as admin user? I know the
> password of the admin user, but I would like not to go this way:
> logout - login as admin - install - relogin again. Is there any way (maybe
> command-line) to accomplish the installation by running the installer, entering
> admin password and having installation done?

I would expect that is the default way it would work. Windows should auto elevate when running installers and UAC should promt you for the Admin password. What is actually happening? What happens I you "Run As Admin" on the .msi?

It may not be happening since it is an msi. You could run Command Prompt as admin, then run the installer from the command line.



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