Turn off the "Allow" feature?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Administration' started by muxster, Mar 21, 2006.

  1. muxster

    muxster Guest

    How do you disable the "Allow" software feature? Annoying to say the
    least...and my goodness, whats with the naviation in the new "MS Exploder"
    app? Thats not gonna fly guys....I've been here since 3.0 windows and the
    new UI is not gonna go over well. 5308 Beta 2 Feb CTP WinFX.

    Just a quick one... Min Requirements?? Quad Zeons' w/ 4gig DDR ram??? My
    Overland 2 terabyte back server on dual Zeons might just hack it...my 2ghz
    sys's harddrive is just str8 tired!!!


    Mux
    XPS development.
    = )
     
    muxster, Mar 21, 2006
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  2. Andre Da Costa [Extended64], Mar 21, 2006
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  3. Go to Command Prompt, run: secpol.msc

    Local Policies / Security Options / select policy 'User Account Control:
    Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators' and change the security
    setting from 'Prompt for consent' to 'No Prompt'.

    Hope this helps.
     
    Jason Jorgensen [GMKrullen], Mar 23, 2006
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  4. You can try the following if that didn't work...

    Go to Command Prompt, run: secpol.msc

    Local Policies / Security Options / select Policy 'User Account Control:
    Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators' and change the security
    setting from 'Prompt for consent' to 'No Prompt'.

    Hope this helps.
     
    Jason Jorgensen [GMKrullen], Mar 23, 2006
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  5. muxster

    Jinseng Guest

    thank you thank you thank you. My friend did this and it seems to be
    working. When I saw this "feature" during a preview seminar I knew I would
    hate it as a System Admin who is always in and out of parts of the systems
    that would prompt for this.

    It's an interesting feature for those who ideally shouldn't have admin
    rights, but have to be given them because of poorly written software. But for
    people who are admins, and need to be admins, it's a real pain.
     
    Jinseng, May 3, 2006
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  6. Andre Da Costa [Extended64], May 3, 2006
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