Mark Cave-Ayland wrote:
> Just listening in on this thread.... I would be inclined to agree that
> the Win32 PostgeSQL should run under its own user given the history of
> Windows security. FWIW I know that Installshield (one of the most
> popular installers) and the default settings for MSI mean that only
> administrators can install software; so I would argue that there is no
> reason why the PostgreSQL installer also shouldn't require administrator
> privilege to run, and therefore create the postgres user account for us.

Yea, we could ask them for a username, supply a default, then if the
username doesn't exist, ask if they want to create it.

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