Windows 10: Allowing standard users to run exe
Allowing standard users to run exe
All our domain users are logged in as standard users, hence they cannot run .exe file. I want all users to allow a software application which runs only with an .exe file extension.
How Can i achieve it??
R-click the exe/Properties/Security/Edit (next to 'To change permissions, click Edit'). Highlight the User/Users you want to grant permissions and check appropriate 'Allow' boxes.
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