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sgeva2001

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I have a number of software which I put at start up.
The problem : every time I boot my computer win7 keep asking for permission.
I want to tell to WIN7 setting to stop asking and checking this software.
How to do it?
I have win 7 ULTIMATE 64 BIT.

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Is it the Open File - Security Warning message? And second question, is this file that you're trying to run, or "Program" on an external device such as a USB, or an External Hard drive which does not have your OS installed on it?

Windows 7 by default uses that security check, but it can be disabled. I need to verify first though, which kind of "Permission" message it is that you're seeing.
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program are installed in my PC. disk drive or in my intel SSD.
part of them are portable programers.
I will be glad to know how I can disabled Windows 7 security check but only for programers I select.
The window which pop up belong to "user account control" and it say " Do you want to allow the following program to make changes to this computer? "


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Edited by sgeva2001, 10 February 2012 - 11:40 AM.

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