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8?B?UmljaCBC?= <RichB@discussions.microsoft.com> says...
> Sorry if I wasn't clear. The flow goes like this:
> Launch a setup file
> Program begins installing and hangs
> I initiate an unsolicited cntl-alt-del followed by selecting start task
> Starting the task manager causes the permission message to be displayed to
> give permission to the program to be installed.
> Installation continues normally after the allow selection is made
> This only seems to happen during installation of software. The message is
> displayed normally when I try to access something like regedit.
Any chance that you've got your taskbar set to autohide
and that the prompt for elevation is actually appearing on
the taskbar but isn't causing the taskbar to popup like it
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