User Account Control Publisher Unknown

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  1. imk

    imk New Member

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    Hello,

    So I have decided to test out Windows 7 and have downloaded the 64 bit RC version and done the updates.

    Problem I am having is with the pop up that precedes starting some legacy 32 bit application like CPUZ etc.

    User Account Control

    Publisher Unknown

    So I see that I can turn off of this paranoia globally but I can’t figure how you do it selectively inasmuch as I would like to turn it off for particular application once they have been run for the first time…

    Any ideas please?

    Seems to me that Windows 7 needs and “Allow Always” button on the UAC pop up!

    Many thanks IMK

    I invented Windows 7
     
  2. cybercore

    cybercore New Member

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    1. Make UAC Less Annoying

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    2. Right click > Properties > [Shortcut tab > Advanced] or Compatibility tab > Run this program as an administrator

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  3. imk

    imk New Member

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    Does not make any difference...
    Every time I start the programme I still have the pop up.
     
  4. cybercore

    cybercore New Member

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    Unfortunately UAC pop-ups cannot be configured selectively. ;(
     
  5. imk

    imk New Member

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    Then please pass on this message to Microsoft.

    Windows 7, know use to me like that as know better than Vista!......

    Just formatted Hard Drive and reinstalling XP...

    IMK
     
  6. cybercore

    cybercore New Member

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    Lol. :) Could have been worth sending feedback to Microsoft during 7 Beta.

    I know many users including myself disable UAC and use 3rd party firewalls instead.
     

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