The Privileged property indicates whether the installation is performed in the context of elevated privileges. The installer sets this property if the user has administrator privileges, if the application has been assigned by a system administrator, or if both the user and machine policies AlwaysInstallElevated are set to true.
The installer does not set this property if the user is not allowed to install with elevated privileges.
Developers of installer packages can use the Privileged property to make the installation conditional upon system policy, the user being an administrator, or assignment by an administrator.
When running on Windows Vista, the Privileged and AdminUser are the same.
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Build date: 11/16/2013