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    Default enable a user profile to detect and install new hardware

    I'm tried to limit the accessibility of a particular uers name that it cannot access to some important files and apllications. I used this username and it works fine but when I connect a new hardware then the drivers of that cannot be installed.

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    Default Re: enable a user profile to detect and install new hardware

    Quote Originally Posted by kurochan
    I'm tried to limit the accessibility of a particular uers name that it cannot access to some important files and apllications. I used this username and it works fine but when I connect a new hardware then the drivers of that cannot be installed.
    That is by design, a limited user has no ability to install new hardware or software. HTH
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    if you're familiar with batch scripting then check out DEVCON.. <hint: use DEVCON in Batch file, start Batch file in user profile with "Run As" command>

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