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  1. Actually, if you turn your cluster back into JSON you can compare it to the original JSON string to see if there are any differences. The string is empty if every element is defined in the source string. Try this: Extract Parameters.vi Notice the "Differences" string, which lists all differences (missing elements) in your source JSON string.
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  2. Help Is there a way to parse this JSON string into this cluster in the following way: - The order of elements inside the "Parameters" cluster does not matter. No error - I can use enums - The name of the elements matter. "TWOoo" shouldn't end up populating "two" (even if the order of elements matches the cluster). I want an error here instead of "two" being the default value - Don't care if JSON text has additional elements that aren't in the cluster. No error In short, features: Strict name checking, order independence, error if element missing I've tried so many
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  3. The UAC in Vista and later is designed to prevent even administrator accounts from doing "dangerous" things without user confirmation. Running as Administrator alone is not sufficient to avoid the prompt as Microsoft has tried very hard to ensure that the prompts cannot be worked around. (This is so that virus authors can't go that route.) The "right" way to handle this is to ship a manifest that tells Windows that an application needs elevation. It will ask for it on launch. If there is no manifest, Windows tries to figure out which applications require elevation (for example, an installer n
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