L’équipe d’UAC vient d’annoncer sur son blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/uac/) la sortie d’un outil permettant de vérifier si une application peut fonctionner correctement avec des privilèges utilisateur standard (versus administrateur).
“The Standard User Analyzer helps developers and IT professionals diagnose issues that would prevent a program from running properly without administrator privileges. On Windows Vista, even administrators run most programs with standard user privileges by default, so it is important to ensure that your application does not have administrator access as a dependency.
Using the Standard User Analyzer to test your application can identify the following administrator dependencies and return the results in a graphical interface:
– File access
– Registry access
– INI files
– Token issues
– Security privileges
– Name space issues
– Other issues
This tool also complements the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) 5.0. ACT 5.0 will include a User Account Control agent that you can deploy to user desktops to identify applications that require administer privileges. The Standard User Analyzer is designed to be run on the developer or tester’s workstation to test and troubleshoot a specific application. Issues identified with the Standard User Analyzer can also be entered into you ACT 5.0 database so you can track the application compatibility across your environment.”