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Old 03-06-2008
Mike
 

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User account control
I would like to remove a particular program on my desk top from "Account User
Control". I know that this is possible because I've done it before, but I
can't remember how I did it before. I just want it to be that when I choose
this program it starts without asking me if it's OK to continue>
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Old 03-06-2008
jamesvdm
 

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RE: User account control
Right click the shortcut
Select Properties
Click Advanced
Uncheck Run as Administrator

This might cause the program to not function correctly if it requires admin
rights.

James

"Mike" wrote:

> I would like to remove a particular program on my desk top from "Account User
> Control". I know that this is possible because I've done it before, but I
> can't remember how I did it before. I just want it to be that when I choose
> this program it starts without asking me if it's OK to continue>

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Old 03-09-2008
seajamit
 

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RE: User account control
i havent had vista long but i do no u can switch UAC (user account control)
off alogether in windows firewall (this is not reccomended but if it really
is getting on your nerves with many programs not one then consider that)
--
Jamie


"Mike" wrote:

> I would like to remove a particular program on my desk top from "Account User
> Control". I know that this is possible because I've done it before, but I
> can't remember how I did it before. I just want it to be that when I choose
> this program it starts without asking me if it's OK to continue>

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