On Jul 6, 6:59 pm, "Steve Riley [MSFT]" <steve.ri...@microsoft.com>
> Mark Russinovich's TechNet Magazine article in June has a good explanation.
> Steve Riley
> "Superfreak3" <Matt.Wal...@synergis.com> wrote in message
> news:firstname.lastname@example.org oups.com...
> >I was just wondering what role virtualization will play when our
> > software's installation packages runs. Also, is there any difference
> > in this role if UAC is enabled/disabled?
> > Any help, here, is greatly appreciated.
> > I am currently reading "Windows Vista Application Development
> > Requirements for User Account Control Compatibility" and have just
> > reached the subject.
> > Thanks in advance! : )- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
>From this article...
"For the purposes of this virtualization, Windows Vista treats a
process as legacy if it's 32-bit (versus 64-bit), is not running with
administrative rights, and does not have a manifest file indicating
that it was written for Windows Vista."
Our installation will most likely require Admin/Credentials, at least
for initial install, because we default to Program Files and we write
'stuff' to HKLM. From this and the above snippet of your linked
article, can i take from this that Virtualization will not come into
play during our install process?