How do I disable the Security Center notice about my UAC being off

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by rowanc88, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. rowanc88

    laubo Guest


    I know this thread is slightly out of date, but the problem is yet to
    be fixed...

    First of all, every single person that posted any of the above is a
    f-ed up idiot. Rowanc88 asked a question about how to turn of the notice
    of the Security Center about UAC being off. He did -not- ask how to
    disable UAC, nor whether it's a good idea or not. No one cares whether
    you believe turning off UAC is a wise idea or not, some people (like me
    and rowanc88) simply like it turned off! Also, don't give an explanation
    on how to turn of all Security Center notices, that was not the
    question! "Our 'beef' is with UAC". If you don't know the anwser to
    Rowanc88's problem, don't post anything. So now: How do you disable to
    notice in the system tray by the Security Center about UAC being off? I
    don't want any program like TweakUAC or whatever, I want a button
    somewhere in my Control Panel or some RegEdit stuff.

    laubo, Oct 22, 2009
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  2. Now that you've had your cry, good luck finding your solution.
    FromTheRafters, Oct 22, 2009
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  3. rowanc88

    t-4-2 Guest

    You'd be surprised. Some forums award points for correct answers. He might
    get a correct answer in spite of his vulgar insinuation.

    t-4-2, Oct 22, 2009
  4. There were so many threads about this sort of thing, that I don't recall
    which one this was.

    Turning off MIC in the registry *should* stop UAC from even being

    If I *was* in that thread (some quoting would have been nice), then
    obviously this poster doesn't want to hear from me, so...
    FromTheRafters, Oct 22, 2009
  5. rowanc88

    Badger Guest

    Just in case the original post didn't get an answer, (using Vista)

    Go to the control panel (classic view) and double click Security Center,
    Then click - Change the way Security Center alerts me,
    Select - Don't notify me and don't show the icon.
    Ignore the warning - (not recommended)
    Back out and Reboot.
    Badger, Oct 23, 2009
  6. Which turns off all Security Center notifications, which may not be
    what is desired...


    Arthur Dent, speaking to Trillian about Zaphod:
    "So, two heads is what does it for a girl?"
    "...Anything else he's got two of?"
    Zaphod Beeblebrox, Oct 23, 2009
  7. rowanc88

    Brink Guest

    Hello Laurens

    This will show you how to disable specific Security Center warning
    such as the UAC one instead

    Hope this helps


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    Brink, Oct 23, 2009
  8. rowanc88

    laubo Guest

    Yes! This is what I was looking for. This answers rowanc88 question
    perfectly. Thanks!
    laubo, Oct 23, 2009
  9. rowanc88

    Brink Guest

    Brink, Oct 23, 2009
  10. You might want to consider (next time) just posting your question
    instead of chastising previous contributors of an old thread.

    That original thread can be found here:

    ....and if you must reply to an old thread, including some pertinent
    portions of that content in your post would be helpful.

    Better yet, opt to use an NNTP client instead of a web based NNTP
    FromTheRafters, Oct 23, 2009
  11. Did you even read the original question?

    It's not about disabling UAC, it's about disabling the notification from
    the security center that your UAC (or whatever) is disabled. Just read
    the subject line, it says it all.

    ....and the answer has been given several times in this newsgroup.
    FromTheRafters, Nov 28, 2009
  12. Except for those without the group policy editor.
    FromTheRafters, Nov 29, 2009
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