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    Values for userAccountControl dsquery

    Windows Vista User Account Control is a security system that requires the user's permission every time it tries to perform certain operations. In case the user is an administrator in a window which is asked to confirmation. But I need support for the same. I am not able to figure out the proper working of this. I found some registry tweaks which it can be locked. What are the ways by which it is disabled. Does this can create security threat in the system.

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    Re: Values for userAccountControl dsquery

    The simple way is to disable this type of control can proceed in several ways. You can go to control panel > User Accounts > Add or remove user accounts, then select the user you want to disable uac. There are other options also by which you can keep your system secure. Usually this In the new window click on enable or disable UAC. Then in the new window remove the tick this and click ok.

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    Re: Values for userAccountControl dsquery

    Go to Start > Run, type msconfig in the box and then confirmed. Among the cards in the window that opens go to Tools and you will find Enable UAC and DisableUAC. Open the Control Panel from the start, (not in the classic form) in the Home Panel type UAC research what you will see the window where you can do to disable desired. A security application is more than enough for the same.

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    Re: Values for userAccountControl dsquery

    It often happens that in Windows Vista and Windows 7 even if your account is set to have system administrator privileges, you will be identified as a user without permission to install software, and you must confirm each operation step by step, or even will be denied the ability to install programs, all due to this module UAC, you can disable the same by few steps and it is very simple.

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    Re: Values for userAccountControl dsquery

    There is a bug with Windows 7 UAC. There are some security bug in the same. The security of Windows 7 may be compromised by a recently discovered flaw in the beta version of Microsoft's operating system. This might allow the spread of viruses, usually identified by UAC when trying to make a change to the system. It is disabled, in addition, without the user being notified, it allows any viruses or remote person to make changes at will the system seamlessly.

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    Re: Values for userAccountControl dsquery

    The one thing which I like in Windows 7 is that it facilitate the work of administrators by limiting the installation of applications which do not comply with the security policy of the system by a tool called AppLocker. It is very powerful and it allows to define modular programs are allowed to run or to move into the enterprise. With XP and Vista, each executable is associated with a specific digital signature, which requires maintaining long lists to restrict the use of certain software and their updates.

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    Re: Values for userAccountControl dsquery

    Go in Security Center of Windows 7 where you can ge the settings for the same. It warns for any access that hampers the security of the system. It may be outdated antivirus, disabling the UAC or the firewall problem. Consider choosing important alerts to your eyes which might not annoy you a much. The firewall can be applied to both LAN and Internet or only one of the two networks.

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