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I have problem with fully disable UAC (User Account Control) in Windows 8. I've never had such problems in Windows Vista, or Windows 7 - just have to disable UAC in Control Panel, reboot, and that's it.
Ok, step by step:
I've just make one account, during installation - account "Namek". In "Control Panel -> Accounts" I see only one account "Namek", and next to the avatar picture, it's:
Namek Local Account Administrator
cmd -> net users
Administrator Guest Namek
cmd -> net users Administrator
cmd -> net users Namek
the only difference are:
Comment - in Administrator it's
built-in, in Namek it's empty
Account active - Administrator
Password required - Administrator
no (because during Windows 8 installation I left password empty).
So I started with:
Control Panel -> Accounts -> Family Safety section
and set slider to value:
reboot, and now, I've problem when for example I try to save anything, using Paint, directly on C:\ drive. It says:
You don't have permission to save in this location. Contact the administrator to obtain permission. Would you like to save in the My Pictures folder instead?
Ok, I've read some tutorials on the Internet, and I see that the case isn't as easy as in Windows Vista, or Windows 7 -> just disable UAC in Control Panel... so next step:
gpedit.msc, I have already set:
Computer Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Security Options ---> User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode
Elevate without prompting
So i didn't have to changed it.
I had default
1, so I set it to
but again nothing has changed.
On another Windows 8 (on VirtualBox) I've try solution, to acti ve built-in Administrator account, typig: "cmd -> net user administrator /active:yes" and now after start Windows 8 I can login to Administrator account, and now I've got FULLY permissions, but when I'm logout, and login on normal account, with 'administrator' permissions (which I created during installation), I've again problem when for example I try to save anything, using Paint, directly on C:\ drive. It says: "You don't have permission...blabla"
It's annoying, that I always have to right click some program, and click
Run as administrator.
I do not want to activate in my normal system
Administrator account (by
net user administrator /active:yes), and work on it, because on
Namek account, I've already set a lot of things...
Any help, please :(?