(MS) UIAutomation: administrative rights may be necessary on comtemporary operating systems


Problem: the framework behaves strangely.

Requirements: reclaim the stability.

Solution: run your powershell console or IDE under domain admin credentials or through Run As Administrator. When working with something like Administrative tools (services.msc or compmgmt.msc, or ADUC), or regedit, or your company’s administrative tool, there might be a waterfall of errors, sometimes amazing. The answer is simple: use administrative credentials while working with administrative applications through inter-process communication.

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  1. HiI’ve also been thinking about joninig Facebook (finally!), not a personal account but one for Hungry Jenny but not for the purpose of just trying to promote’ my blog, but just to keep the interactions and stuff food related and to find new foodie friends etc.I use Twitter to find interesting food people to follow and to find new blogs to read. I have a feed set up to automatically tweet when I have a new post but I do try to tweet regularly too. I find it quite hard though because I’m not always online so there are periods where I’m just logging on to do a blog post and not finding time to do more social’ things online if that makes sense.Hungry Jenny xHungry Jenny

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