In part one, you generate the WSDL files from the WCF service. In part 2, you're using the headers generated from wsutil in the WWSAPI service... That confuses me. Can you not just create a WWSAPI service from scratch?
That is an excellent video. Your help is very much appreciated. I noticed you have a video showing how to include the manifest with managed applications...
When I launch a "requireAdministrator" .NET app, it gives the ugly "Allow/Cancel" prompt instead of the nice "Continue/Cancel" prompt -- the consent prompt. But when I sign the file with an authenticode signature, it uses the consent prompt. However, I don't know how to specify the application name like you do in this COM elevation demo. Basically what I'm asking is how do you set the application / assembly name in a Managed app. I've tried the <assemblyIdentity> element in the uac.manifest, but it seems to have no effect. Any help? Thanks.