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    Trying to install a program without admin permissions

    I'm trying to install a program without admin permissions just as a test to see if its possible, so far I've found a few examples of it.

    cmd /min /C "set __COMPAT_LAYER=RUNASINVOKER && start "" "%1""

    and

    set __COMPAT_LAYER=RunAsInvoker
    Start (programname).exe

    The second one requires the installer or program to be in a separate folder to run it, but with the first one you drag a program onto the batch file using the desktop.

    I'm currently trying to install the program Bluestacks 3 (https://www.bluestacks.com/) but it requires two step admin permissions, does anyone know a way to get passed the second layer?

    Also, I've attached the two methods in a zip file for anybody to try out.

    Thanks, Tyler.

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