There is no built-in administrative way to do this in Windows.
The "correct" way for this to be done in the Windows world is for the
user-facing application to run with the privileges of the user, and then
access the information through a privileged windows service that supposedly
enforces whatever security policy you have set as an administrator.
In addition, are you certain that the information that you want to be
displayed to the standard user is actually restricted to admins only?
Generally, a lot of OS information can be seen by non-admins in read-only
Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User
"Alex Ferenstein" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Forgot to mention, Run as Administrator doesn't help...
> "Alex Ferenstein" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> In Unix, I can set a CHMOD bit to allow an executable to be run with
>> Owner's (even Root's) permissions by another user.
>> I am using a Vista program SIW (http://www.gtopala.com/) that requires
>> Administrative privileges (to monitor some system parameters, like
>> temperature). I would like non-Administrative users to be able to run
>> this program with these privileges. I've looked at NTFS permissions but
>> cannot recognize anything that'll help. How can I do same in NTFS/Vista?