WindowsApplication

This class represents a Windows application right.

Syntax

public interface IWindowsApplication:IRight

Methods

The WindowsApplication class provides the following methods:

This method Does this

Commit

Commits changes in the right to Active Directory.

(Inherited from Right.)

CreateApplicationCriteria

Creates the match criteria used to identify the Windows application to which you want to grant a right.

Delete

Removes the right.

(Inherited from Right.)

Properties

The WindowsApplication class provides the following properties:

This property Does this

ApplicationCriteriaList

Gets or sets the properties that are used to identify a specific Windows application.

Description

Gets or sets the description of the right.

(Inherited from Right.)

IsReadable

Indicates whether the right is readable.

(Inherited from Right.)

IsWritable

Indicates whether the right is writable.

(Inherited from Right.)

Name

Gets or sets the name of the right.

(Inherited from Right.)

AddLocalGroupPartialProfile

Gets or sets the priority of this right.

RequirePassword

Gets or sets whether the user’s password is required when this right is used.

RunAs

Gets or sets the SID for the run-as user or an SID for the user assigned the right (VBScript).

RunAsList

Gets or sets the SID for the run-as user or a list of SIDs for the users assigned the right (.NET).

RunAsType

Gets or sets the run-as type for the right.

Zone

Gets the zone this right belongs to.

(Inherited from Right.)

Discussion

A Windows application right enables a user to run a Windows application with the privileges of another user or as a member of an Active Directory or built-in group. For example, you can use a Windows application right to give a standard Windows user elevated privileges to run an database management application as a database administrator.