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Elevate-As-User rather than Temp Admin

keith osborn 1 year ago updated by Peter Fisher 5 months ago 2

Elevate-As-User rather than Temp Admin similar to how AutoElevate does it. 

This way when an application gets elevated, the user's personal folders (Desktop/My Documents/Downloads/ex...) folders that are user specific are of that user, rather than TempAdmin-56af925c

Certain programs that rely on drive mappings will not work correctly unless it can be elevated as the user