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    UAC - A program that needs admin rights to start

    Here I use Vista that I like and also for a while I had UAC turned off, as it seems that SP1 is less intrusive I wanted to reactivate it to see. Indeed, in normal use it is not awkward. But the problem is at startup, I Rightmark CPU clock utility (which changes the voltage of the CPU), which requires administrator rights to start. So UAC asks me every time a confirmation ...

    I know that there is no way to store a preset for a program normally, but is there no way to bypass it for a program to tweak the registry or not I know?

    Thank you!

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    Re: UAC - A program that needs admin rights to start

    Modifies its shortcut in "Startup" and check "Run to program as an administrator in the compatibility tab.
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    Re: UAC - A program that needs admin rights to start

    Quote Originally Posted by sneharaj View Post
    Modifies its shortcut in "Startup" and check "Run to program as an administrator in the compatibility tab.
    Tried but it works not just for applications that need rights, but that does not say, they are limited and it makes mistakes.

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    Re: UAC - A program that needs admin rights to start

    Try out this link

    It allows to store validation.

    I use it for some months and I am no longer bothered by the few apps which require elevation of privilege I have in the boot.

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