Re: Changing UAC decisions?
You have a few options.
1. You can tell us what game it is and we'll apply an app-compat shim
(assuming it doesn't really need admin rights).
2. You can apply an app-compat shim (using the app-compat toolkit (v5.0) to
mark the exe as a non-installer).
3. Or you can turn off installer detection by setting
Key: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Pol icies\System
Does that help?
"JoChLe" <JoChLe@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> While I realize home versions cannot change the UAC security levels, can
> anyone tell me how to change a setting selected through the UAC?
> In this case during installation of other software, the setting was made
> "always" engage setup.exe.
> misclick or misunderstanding I couldnt tell you, but now, even for
> programs already installed, insertion of the disc leads to an instant
> would like to run" message.
> Some programs require the disc to be in the drive.. now its attempting to
> reinstall everytime I go to use those programs and place the disc in the
> Is shutting off the UAC my only option in home edition? (as opposed to
> resetting to default)
> if so... wow.. bad call Microsoft.