If the problem is the routes don't get published, you can put Users in Network Configurator Operators group, and turn off UAC, and then normal users can update their route maps.

James Pulver
CLASSE Computer Group
Cornell University

On 10/13/2016 07:46 AM, Melvin Backus wrote:
Budget for this is nil but I’ll have a look and see.  The installation
of the connectoid isn’t the issue, it’s all runtime when the user tries
to connect to the VPN.

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*Subject:* [NTSysADM] RE: CMAK profiles without admin rights

You can use privilege management tools like AppSense Application
Manager, RES, Scense and the like to configure specific files that can
run with elevated rights.

There’s also tools like CPAU from JoeWare which can run scripts with
elevated privileges so that you can get the profile build to complete maybe?

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*Subject:* [NTSysADM] CMAK profiles without admin rights

Hello folks,

We’ve been working on removing admin rights for users in our
environment. One snag we’ve run into is related to our RAS VPN
connections and CMAK profiles.  In order to make everything work we’re
using CMAK to build the profile which includes routing, etc.  We can’t
seem to find a way to get those to work without admin rights because
cmroute.dll won’t run without elevation.  Any recommendations on how to
get around this or possibly push the routes once during initial install
and not have to run them at connect time?


Melvin Backus | Sr. Systems Engineer | Byers Engineering Company |

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