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Running software under a different user

Leonard de Ruijter-4
Dear Folks,

I've been trying to run software under another user on Windows 10, for
example a management console. Here is what I do.

1. Search for services in the start menu
2. Press shift+applications key, and select run as a different user
3. Provide credentials
4. Walk through the list of services

NVDA doesn't read the content of the list items, the log shows the
following:

   File "NVDAObjects\IAccessible\sysListView32.pyc", line 208, in
_get__columnOrderArray
           File "winKernel.pyc", line 117, in virtualAllocEx
WindowsError: [Error 6] De ingang is ongeldig.

The strange thing is that JAWS and SuperNova don't have difficulties
with this approach, at least not in the management console. I've also
tested this with Firefox, and even though the virtual cursor is unusable
with JAWS, it is able to read the dialogs just fine when in focus mode.
For NVDA, unknown all over the place.

Any thoughts? Or is running apps under a different user just not done
for NVDA?

Regards,
Leonard

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Re: Running software under a different user

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Dooes this not depend what permissions the account has that itwas installed
in?
 all this is ablack art to me at the best of times.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Leonard de Ruijter" <[hidden email]>
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Sent: Friday, July 28, 2017 7:57 AM
Subject: [Nvda-devel] Running software under a different user


> Dear Folks,
>
> I've been trying to run software under another user on Windows 10, for
> example a management console. Here is what I do.
>
> 1. Search for services in the start menu
> 2. Press shift+applications key, and select run as a different user
> 3. Provide credentials
> 4. Walk through the list of services
>
> NVDA doesn't read the content of the list items, the log shows the
> following:
>
>   File "NVDAObjects\IAccessible\sysListView32.pyc", line 208, in
> _get__columnOrderArray
>    File "winKernel.pyc", line 117, in virtualAllocEx
> WindowsError: [Error 6] De ingang is ongeldig.
>
> The strange thing is that JAWS and SuperNova don't have difficulties with
> this approach, at least not in the management console. I've also tested
> this with Firefox, and even though the virtual cursor is unusable with
> JAWS, it is able to read the dialogs just fine when in focus mode. For
> NVDA, unknown all over the place.
>
> Any thoughts? Or is running apps under a different user just not done for
> NVDA?
>
> Regards,
> Leonard
>
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Re: Running software under a different user

Moodley, Deenadayalan
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Good day all,

Another area that NVDA does not work is when you have to bring up the secure screen to change password.  NVDA is installed as an administrator.  People have to get sighted help to change passwords.

Thanks.

Mr Deenadayalan Moodley
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From: Leonard de Ruijter [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: 28 July 2017 08:58 AM
To: NVDA screen reader development <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Nvda-devel] Running software under a different user

Dear Folks,

I've been trying to run software under another user on Windows 10, for example a management console. Here is what I do.

1. Search for services in the start menu 2. Press shift+applications key, and select run as a different user 3. Provide credentials 4. Walk through the list of services

NVDA doesn't read the content of the list items, the log shows the
following:

   File "NVDAObjects\IAccessible\sysListView32.pyc", line 208, in _get__columnOrderArray
           File "winKernel.pyc", line 117, in virtualAllocEx
WindowsError: [Error 6] De ingang is ongeldig.

The strange thing is that JAWS and SuperNova don't have difficulties with this approach, at least not in the management console. I've also tested this with Firefox, and even though the virtual cursor is unusable with JAWS, it is able to read the dialogs just fine when in focus mode.
For NVDA, unknown all over the place.

Any thoughts? Or is running apps under a different user just not done for NVDA?

Regards,
Leonard

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Re: Running software under a different user

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Do you have "use nvda on secure screens" selected in general settings?

On Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 2:24 AM, Moodley, Deenadayalan <[hidden email]> wrote:
Good day all,

Another area that NVDA does not work is when you have to bring up the secure screen to change password.  NVDA is installed as an administrator.  People have to get sighted help to change passwords.

Thanks.

Mr Deenadayalan Moodley
-----Original Message-----
From: Leonard de Ruijter [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: 28 July 2017 08:58 AM
To: NVDA screen reader development <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Nvda-devel] Running software under a different user

Dear Folks,

I've been trying to run software under another user on Windows 10, for example a management console. Here is what I do.

1. Search for services in the start menu 2. Press shift+applications key, and select run as a different user 3. Provide credentials 4. Walk through the list of services

NVDA doesn't read the content of the list items, the log shows the
following:

   File "NVDAObjects\IAccessible\sysListView32.pyc", line 208, in _get__columnOrderArray
           File "winKernel.pyc", line 117, in virtualAllocEx
WindowsError: [Error 6] De ingang is ongeldig.

The strange thing is that JAWS and SuperNova don't have difficulties with this approach, at least not in the management console. I've also tested this with Firefox, and even though the virtual cursor is unusable with JAWS, it is able to read the dialogs just fine when in focus mode.
For NVDA, unknown all over the place.

Any thoughts? Or is running apps under a different user just not done for NVDA?

Regards,
Leonard

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