Question about Administrator Permission

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  1. vision

    vision MDL Member

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    #1 vision, Oct 23, 2009
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  2. Lich King

    Lich King MDL Addicted

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    Control Panel\User Accounts and Family Safety\User Accounts

    Change User Account Settings = OFF
     
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    vision MDL Member

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  4. Lich King

    Lich King MDL Addicted

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    then maybe u r not on the administrator account.. check it..
     
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  5. wuhoatu

    wuhoatu MDL Member

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    This is my way (since Vista):
    - Just after finished installation of Windows (Vista/7), go to Control Panel, Administrative Tools ==> Local Security Policy ==> Local Policies ==> Security Options
    - Look for the top right, you will see Accounts: Administrator Account Status
    - Change it from Disable to Enable. This will help you log-on to Administrator account but not your name's account with administration rights.
    - Delete your name's account or leave it if you prefer. I myself delete it and use the only Administrator account, thus I never have any mater with UAC.