Re: managing user rights on vista
I know that you can turn UAC (User Account Control) off if that is what you
are looking for.
If that is what you are looking for, you can find out how to do it my typing
"uac" in the search box of the Windows Help and Support built into Windows
Vista and located on the Start menu.
Or go directly into the User Accounts in the Control Panel where you will
find "Turn User Account Control on or off"
"sobriquet" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Can anyone explain how to enable that users are able to download and
> execute files, so they can install programs, while preventing access
> to system folders like "C:\program files" and "C:\windows"?
> Right now I have succeeded in configuring a user account so they can
> write to the hard disk in most locations except system folders, but
> when users try to run a program (in order to install it in a folder
> where they are allowed to write files), they are still asked for a
> password. So I want to disable that password somehow so users can run
> and install programs without requiring an administrator password.
> Kind regards and thanks in advance for any suggestions, Niek