Yeah, but what's funny is I bet if some malicous script activated UAC,
people would still click on Continue.
"Dude", I got a new Dell for my work with XP Pro on it, 2.4Ghz Core2Duo, 2
Gigs RAM, Quadro 350M video, WXSGA+ monitor panel, beautiful system. I'd
forgotten how much better XP performs on the outside. Were using it for
onsite engineering drawings, It's really fast, and runs really cool. Might
have to try some games on it.
"Dustin Harper" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Yea, it seems like a pain in the ass, until it does its job and prevents
> some malicous script. Then, it's all worth it.
> Dustin Harper
> http://www.vistarip.com | Vista Resource & Information Page
> "Andy [YaYa]" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> "VRG Scotty" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> "Eric" <Eric@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>>>> Yer..try right clicking and running as administrator
>>>>> Ah, so obvious. And it seems to have done the trick. Thank you.
>>> Not a prob..even though you think you're a full admin with full rights
>>> in vista...it seems you aren't...weird I know but M$ think it's a good
>>> VRG Scotty
>> Because no one really knows what's going on with their system, just an
>> extra layer of "Hey are you REALLY SURE you want to install this file
>> into your OS?"
>> YES, GOSH DAMNIT! I'M FREAKING SURE! Then when they get so tired of it
>> they disable it and get a virus.