From Novell's Documentation Glossary :
Definition of "Secure System User mode" :
"In Desktop Management, a security option that runs an application in the system space as the Windows system user instead of in the user space as the logged-in user, so that locally-installed applications can run even if the user has limited file system rights. The application's interface is not displayed to the user and the application is visible only in the Task Manager."


How do you configure an application to run in secure System User Mode and not in the user space as the logged-in user?
Or is this actually the NAL/ZENworks default?
Do you need to configure anything for an MSI application to install if the logged-in user does not have administrative rights to the workstation?

Or, in such a case, would you associate the distribution of the application to the WS Object instead of the User Object (as WS Manager always works in privileged mode).



TIA




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