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/nowin32manifest (No Win32 Manifest) (C# Compiler Options)

Use the /nowin32manifest option to instruct the compiler not to embed any application manifest into the executable file.

/nowin32manifest

When this option is used, the application will be subject to virtualization on Windows Vista unless you provide an application manifest in a Win32 Resource file or during a later build step. For more information about virtualization, see The Windows Vista Developer Story: Windows Vista Application Development Requirements for User Account Control (UAC).

In Visual Studio, set this option in the Application Property page by selecting the Create Application Without a Manifest option in the Manifest drop down list. For more information, see Application Page, Project Designer (C#).

For more information about manifest creation, see /win32manifest (Import a Custom Win32 Manifest File) (C# Compiler Options).

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