My company is developing a program that when it's installed on a Client Windows 7 computer, the user (which is a Standard User, but program was installed by an Administrator) is getting the "Do you want to allow the following program to make changes to this computer?" question. This wouldn't be so bad, but the program is forcing a login by the Administrator to allow the program to run. The message box is showing "To continue, type an administrator password and then click Yes."
I have digitally signed the application hoping that would have eliminated this but still getting the login prompt.
The users could live with the prompt about the confirmation, but why is the administrator's login being required?
If it matters the computer I'm testing this on and getting this result is a Windows 7 Professional 64bit. The program executable is a compiled VB.Net windows application using VS2008. The executable itself is compiled for an x86 CPU type due to one 3rd party control we are using which isn't AnyCPU compatible.
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