Category Archives: msdn crosspost

3 new debugger tricks: continuous stepping applied (x2) and symbol typo protection

On my msdn blog: How to stop WinDbg from going crazy and loading all the symbols Breaking when the instruction pointer leaves the module Finding where a bad HRESULT is returned [update: fixed munged links.  Now with "working."] Advertisements

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Making an MSI that doesn’t need a UAC/LUA prompt

The goal I think that most things don’t need to require a UAC prompt to install – just install it for that user.  Why not make the MSI so it doesn’t prompt and your users get a smoother experience?  (Also, … Continue reading

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How to launch an un-elevated process from an elevated process

This question has come up a fair amount lately.  …  for more, see my msdn blog.

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