I am right there with you. I was going to ask if the software program was
Vista Compatible or when it was made. There are a couple of other options
he has. I was presuming it was vista compatible because it would run with
UAC turned on.
1. Install the program and run the program in compatibility mode. This may
get your around the UAC issue. If you need to know how to run compatibility
mode, please come to my forum and post the question. I will be more than
happy to write it out for you. (Just don't have the time right now as it is
3am almost). www.scrfix.com/computer-repair-forums/
2. Set the security permissions on the programs and all files within the
programs directory and all dll files associated with the program to full
security permissions allowing access to everything. (This is a major
security issue however it is still an option). This will take all
restrictions off of all of the files associated with the program. We know
the program runs with admin privileges... lets give the program
administrative privileges. Onces again, post the question in my forum and I
will be more than happy to write you step by step instructions for it.
Hope that helps.
"techenthu" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have an application which i need to install in the the Program files
> and launch at the startup.With UAC enabled, I install it as an
> administrator,it works fine and launches at the start up when i log off
> and log in again as an admin.But,when i log in as a normal user i have
> to always "Run as an Administrator" and provide the admin password for
> launching it , which i dont want to do.
> When I disable the UAC ,the application does not even start as a normal
> user it just says "Applicatoin has stopped working" and gives
> I need the application in the Program files itself and cannot move it
> to some other user folder.
> I need to know if there is a way to run an application as a normal user
> without providing the admin password.
> Any help would be highly appreciated.