Re: UAC - 2 Ids
> > torbar;701830 Wrote:
> > Reply to both Julian and t-4-2 Sorry for the late response to both of
> > you.
> > Julian
> > I researched your suggestion, attempted configurations and have these
> > questions.
> > 1. What happens to the current execution that are part of startup on
> > both ids?
> > 2. How do I determine if there are any parameters that are associated
> > with
> > the startup (i.e., in the registry)? I assume that I would need to
> > associate
> > those parameters with the task scheduler.
> > 3. What is the effect of the change from a startup to a task schedule
> > for my
> > wife's id to the same programs under my id?
> > t-4-2
> > I thought about your suggestion and it is a excellent idea. At this
> > time I
> > decided to not change the account type for these reasons:
> > 1. I would like to keep it as a user account to limit the problems that
> > she
> > could encounter.
> > 2. I would like to learn the differences between the user and
> > administrator
> > account types and their ramifications as I implement different software
> > and
> > we use the system in different patterns.
> > Comment/Discovery
> > 1. I executed MSCONFIG andf disabled the 3 ASUS progams and determined
> > that
> > with the 3 programs disabled, they were disabled for both users.
> > 2. I discovered that I had to log off at least 1 user id in order for
> > the
> > MSCONFIG change to cause a restart to take effect.
> > 3. I am not sure what happened but it looked like the system did not
> > complete the restart under this scenario: msconfig, disable 3 programs,
> > close
> > msconfig since it would not accept the restart option, switch to wife's
> > id,
> > logoff her id, restart system from logon window (user ids displayed)
> > and my
> > id still logged on. System appeared to be hung
> > 4. Powered off/on system; logged onto wife's id; all 3 ASUS programs
> > dispayed the user account control requirement. Normally there is just 1
> > of
> > the 3 programs displayed.
> > 5. I have not figured out the pattern for which program of the 3
> > display the
> > UAC request.
> > --
> > torbar
> > "t-4-2" wrote:
> > > >
> Hello torbar,
> Just in case you have not read that. This is an answer to your reason
> 3703 3704
> Which I believe should also answer your reason #1. She just have to
> put up with it as long as she is in user account. Unless of course you
> decide to disable UAC in which case you'll have 6 million people
> telling you not to, another 6 million telling you to go ahead.
I was told you will not be able to see the links without being told to
join something. If that is the case, don't touch them.
The long and short of the whole difference between user acct. and admin
acct. is :
User account can NOT install/uninstall any programs, can NOT change
settings, and in some cases requires admin. password to activate a
Administrator account can do ALMOST all of the above.