Update 10/8/2020 Upgrade: upgraded to .NET 4.5
Update 1/17/2017 Added information to manual..
Update 2/5/2013 Added information to manual..
Update 10/12/2012 Reformatted Manual for easier use. Upgraded Index file encryption/process (more strict).
Update 6/30/2010 Modified application, logic file and manual for new process changes. Combined User Id/UserPassword/Location into a single encrypted value.
Update 6/9/2010 Modified manual to designate order of settings on Actions.
Update 5/24/2010 Modified logging actions (logic3) to append username on log filename.
Update 5/21/2010 Added -preLoadId option. Allows you to pre-load an Action Id.
Update 2/20/2009 Added actionRepeatUsage to allow multiple executions of the same actionId.
Update 12/2/2008 Changed 'script' verbage/code to 'action'.
Updated WorkingDirectory path for launched process
Update 11/24/2008 Added logging function, information.
Update 11/18/2008: 1:14 pm Fixed spelling mistakes in manual, rearranged sections in manual.
Update 11/18/2008: Program released.
The lccElevatedActions program was created to allow End Users to execute actions using elevated rights. The following are some examples of these needs:
These actions can be any process that can be executed through the command line, like batch files, applications, scripts, power shells, etc..
The actions are provided/controlled by the Information Services department.