"Windows needs permission" nag -remove??

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Talk' started by Pfsszxt, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. Pfsszxt

    Pfsszxt Guest

    Is there a way to stop the stupid
    "windows needs your permission to continue" nagging
    when I ask it do do something??
     
    Pfsszxt, Sep 25, 2008
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  2. Pfsszxt

    Cheri Guest

    It is annoying, isn't it. I'd like to see an answer to that as well.

    Cheri
     
    Cheri, Sep 25, 2008
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  3. Pfsszxt

    Cheri Guest

    It's not working for me, where do I do that? In "run", or "search all
    files"? When I type user accounts in "search all files" it shows messages,
    but I don't see a user accounts in the result pane. When I type it in "run"
    it does nothing. I'm not too savvy with this stuff. Could you please explain
    a bit further? I would really like to get rid of it.

    Cheri
     
    Cheri, Sep 25, 2008
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  4. Pfsszxt

    Cheri Guest

    Thanks Andy, I did find it in the control panel using your instructions, and
    was able to do it, but you may be right...I should probably just leave it
    alone for now. I am not too familiar with Vista right now since it's new,
    and it is a bit different than Win98 which I had for the past 10 years. At
    least I know how to do it when I want to now thanks to you. :)

    Cheri
     
    Cheri, Sep 25, 2008
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    Cnut Guest


    Hi Cheri,
    Download tweak UAC
    http://www.tweak-uac.com/download/
    Put the program on C: and rightclick the program: "run as administrator"
    The manual: http://www.tweak-uac.com/what-is-tweak-uac/
    The best and safest option is "Switch UAC to quiet mode."
    But now you get annoying pop-ups from the Vista securitycentre.
    You have to ajust the way securitycentre warns you.
    Go to Controlpanel > Classicview > securitycentre > left pane > "Change the
    way securitycentre alerts me" > take option two or three (best).
    Now you got rid of annoying pop-ups and nag screens, but when it's *really*
    necessary when security is at risk, Vista *will* warn you, because of the
    UAC quiet mode.
     
    Cnut, Sep 27, 2008
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