Console prompts for elevated administrator rights (UAC) to run. It does so even when installed on remote PCs used to manage B&R servers. I want to challenge the notion that the console requires elevated UAC to run. I don’t see why it would need to if all the data it writes is properly set. I already used Compatibility Administrator for Win 10 and RunAsInvoker fix to remove the UAC from the process and ignore any elevation requests in the process manifest. RunAsInvoker blog post - https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/oldnew ... 0/?p=94735
By applying the fix, if you run the program from a non-elevated command prompt, then the program stays non-elevated. Essentially running the process with RunAsInvoker as standard user doesn’t elevate the process. The app runs fine without administrator rights in my limited testing, but I want Veeam to resolve this arcane requirement that is a security liability.