How to setup a task in task scheduler without UAC going off

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by B, Aug 27, 2007.

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    B Guest

    I have a program called EXPERTool that I want to run at startup in Windows
    Vista Home Premium. I am the only user and there is only one account and
    that is mine as administrator. I have tried to setup the executable for
    expertool in the task schdule. No matter what I do windows UAC blocks the
    program at startup.

    Why is there a task scheduler in administrative tools when it is so
    difficult to run the task with UAC?

    The program is located here:

    http://www.gainward.com/support/XPRT_50.zip

    Can anyone advise me on this and better yet tell me why it is so difficult
    to setup for a home user?
     
    B, Aug 27, 2007
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