ASPForums.Net RSS Feed additions to the content that appears on ASPForums.Net(c) 2019 All rights reserved.Difference between running Visual Studio as normal user and admin user<p>You can do nearly everything in the Visual Studio IDE as a normal user, but, you need administrator permissions to complete the following tasks:</p> <ul> <li><a href="">Installing Visual Studio</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Upgrading from a trial edition of Visual Studio</a>.</li> <li>Installing, updating, or removing local Help content.</li> <li><a href="">Developing solutions for SharePoint 2010</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Acquiring a developer license for Windows Store</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Adding classic COM controls to the Toolbox</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Installing and using add-ins that were written by using classic COM in the IDE</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Using post-build events that register a component</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Including a registration step when you build C++ projects</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Debugging applications that run with elevated permissions</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Debugging applications that a run under a different user account, such as ASP.NET websites</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Debugging in Zone for XAML Browser Applications (XBAP)</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Using the emulator to debug cloud service projects for Windows Azure</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Configuring a firewall for remote debugging</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Profiling an application</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Deploying a web application to Internet Information Services (IIS) on a local computer</a>.</li> <li><a href="">Changing how you participate in the Visual Studio Customer Experience Program</a>.</li> </ul> <p>Reference.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">User Permissions and Visual Studio</a></p> <h1><a class="question-hyperlink" href="">Why run Visual Studio as &ldquo;Run as Administrator&rdquo;?</a></h1>, 27 Mar 2018 00:00:17 GMT