Some of the common rules that come with Privilege Authority include:
- allowing users the ability to install Adobe Flash Player
- allowing users to change the date and time of their system
- allowing Java Runtime 6 updater to run as an Administrator
- allow Adobe Reader updater to run as Administrator
- allow users to run System Properties
- allow users to run Internet Explorer with Admin rights
- A file rule, where the path of the executable is specified.
- A folder path, in which case the rule will be applied to all processes run from the path.
- An ActiveX rule where a URL is specified.
I’m not sure why anyone would want to pay for a tool that manages local administrative privileges when you can download Privilege Authority for free. Try it out.