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hohner

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I am a little confused as to wether or not I need to have the [token] entry in my xml. I run the XPlodeGFXInstall.
As far as I can tell from reading the manual and several threads, the token command is used to impersonate a user. If I am to have only one user however, named Fred (which will also be the administrator), and all programs to be installed will be in the administrator's profile, do I need to use the token command?
I am assuming not, and have deleted the token syntax entries from my xml (install works fine) but I just wanted to ask to be sure.


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Depends. When you're installing @T-12, then you're installing under Administrator. No need to use tokens. When you're installing under GuiRunOnce or RunOnceEx then you need to make sure you're logged in as Administrator.
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Ok, thanks.
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