open "hidden" iExplorer in WinVista

  • 13 years ago

    I am working with Windows Vista & Outlook 2007, where I have an addIn in vba.
    I would like to open within the addIn a "hidden" iExplorer window, but when the "protected mode" is activated, it is always visible. I have seen that if I started the Outlook with "as Admnistrator", the addIn opens a "hidden" iExplorer window. So:

        a) Can I open an iExplorer "as Administrator" from my vba code?
        b) Can I open an external (mine) app "as Admin" and there start iExplorer (I suppose it would be hidden)

      Any other idea? Any sugggestion?

    Thanks in advance

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