Who has control of SteadyState? RRS feed

  • Question




    So it seems that whatever profile installs Steady state becomes the administrator for steady state? and all other users have no control of steady state configurations?


    Is this right or wrong?



    Friday, July 25, 2008 7:54 PM



    Hi, I would like to inform you that Windows SteadyState is not installed for every user on the computer, for example, it only appear on the desktop and Add/Remove Programs list of the user who installed SteadyState. By default, the first administrator account to install SteadyState gains the permission to control it. If other accounts with administrator privilege want to control SteadyState, they can access SteadyState installation folder, launch SCTUI.exe to launch the control UI. If you want to restrict those accounts to access the folder and change settings in SteadyState, we can also set restrictions on the them. Meanwhile, standard user account does not have the permission to change settings in SteadyState/open SCTUI.exe.

    Monday, July 28, 2008 7:26 AM