RE: How to declare a program as "trusted"
You can create a manifest for the program. So, for example, the file,
sample.exe, can have an embedded manifest, or you can create on in the same
directory with the name sample.exe.manifest. You can use a program called XN
resource editor to look at the manifest for executable files, but if you
modify some of these manifests, you may also change the hash on the
executable. This isn't a big deal if it is a program like an inhouse app,
but may cause issues with digitally signed applications.
I am just getting into the meat of this, but these is a way.
MCSE: Security, CCNA, A+, Network +, Security+
> How can I declare a program I know as "trusted" so that UAC does not always
> ask me for authorization to run it?
> Thanks for suggestions