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Hi,

 

I have a issue with run some program as administrator.

Normally when you click in the position 'run as administrator' at some icon. You should see window for approve permission.

 

But in my computer i cant see anything. Just launch a application.

 

Do you know how fix it?


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Sorry but, I'm afraid whomever told you that "You should see windows for approve permission." was wrong.


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I meant window user account control my mate. :)


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When I right-click say "cmd.exe" and then select "Run as administrator", the cmd window opens immediately. (Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit with all Windows updates).


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When I right-click say "cmd.exe" and then select "Run as administrator", the cmd window opens immediately. (Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit with all Windows updates).

 

Because you changed the default UAC settings to auto approve requests from Administrators...


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