Elevation is a security feature of Windows since Vista I believe. Even though 
you log in with what you might think is an administrator account, the actual 
session user does NOT have Administrative rights. Anything that user does only 
has standard user rights. UAC (user access control) must be invoked to elevate 
the current process rights. For a non-administrator a dialog will popup asking 
for a name and password. For an administrator, it will simply present a Yes/No 

If you get the properties of the Windows executable, there is a Compatibility 
tab. You may be able to uncheck Run this program as an administrator (but then 
you won't be able to do anything requiring administrator access) or you can try 
running in Windows XP Compatibility mode (if Windows 10 even supports that 
anymore.) You will have to do this before building the installer, or else there 
may be a feature in the Inno packager which allows you to set this. 

Bob S

> On Apr 4, 2018, at 14:21 , Graham Samuel via use-livecode 
> <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> Another deployment PITA.
> I’ve got a standalone which is cross-platform and works well on Mac and PC. 
> Unfortunately I’m having a lot of trouble with making a viable Windows 
> Installer, using the Inno system. All goes well with the installation process 
> until the user checks “launch” for the app at the end of the installation 
> process. He/she then gets and error message (this is on both Windows 7 and 
> Windows 10):
>> C:/Program Files\Myprogram\Myprogram.exe
>> CreateProcess failed: code 740
>> The requested operation requires elevation
> I have no idea even conceptually of what elevation means, and I have no idea 
> how to correct this situation. 

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