You are aware of a Trillian security flaw hopefully that has been pointed
out this week:
'Highly critical' Trillian, Winamp flaws flagged
so overiding this annoying UAC box may be worthwhile, but I believe just
because the box is there doesn't do anything to overcome the Trillian
security flaw until it gets fixed.
You could try this: Type secpol.msc in the run box>Security Settings>Local
Policy>User Account Control: Run All Administrators in Administrative
Approval Mode>Radio Button in Enable.
You might look at behavior of the elevation prompt for standard users, but
I doubt you can surgically confine that setting to Trillian.
You also might find registry settings that work on this in the
searching and particularly using Tips and
Good luck-- and let me know if my first secpol setting modification will
work to help eliminate your prompt.
"Chris Barnes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Ok, I can understand - and even like - the fact that vista asks me for
> permission before running a program.
> But it really should ask only the first time - not every single time I
> start the program. Or at least give me a checkbox for "don't ask for this
> program again".
> Is there a way to tell it that Trillian (3 pro) is a "legit" program?