"rrm" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Den 19.09.2008 kl. 00:26 skrev FromTheRafters <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> "rrm" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> After reading
>>> http://technet.microsoft.com/da-dk/m...19(en-us).aspx, i want
>>> to try the recommandation to use "Require trusted path for credential
>>> entry" when evaluate to administrator. After activating this settings, i
>>> selected windows update and chose "run as administrator",
>> Did you reboot? I'm not sure it is needed, but
>> sometimes a reboot is needed for some settings
>> to actually take.
> I did not rebot after changing the setting.... But i suppose the old
> evaluation still is shown!?!?
It wasn't clear to me from your first post, but it
appears that the setting was applied properly.
>>> then a dialog came
>> Could you be more vague? )
> Well the dialog has two options: "Would you like you complete the action"
> and "Would you do not complete the action". After clicking on the first, a
> dialog is shown to press ctrl+alt+del and after i have pressed this, then
> my problem occur.
Thanks for the additional details. It appears that you
did everything correctly, but something is amiss with
either the secure desktop switching or something else
related to "consent.exe" hanging.
Maybe someone else here has seen this or something
similar and can help you. A quick Google search did
not turn up anything for me specifically related to this.
>>> and I pressed ctrl+alt+del to access the "secure desktop". The screen
>>> change to the startup screen, with the text "please wait". Then no more
>>> happened. I left it on for a 5 - 10 min, but nothing happens. Then the
>>> only options was to power off the computer, return to safe mode and
>>> deactivate the settings.
Sorry I couldn't help, but I'll keep looking for answers.