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I had the same problem but never touched UAC. There are apparently different levels of authentication for the HTMLHelp MaxAllowedZone registry. Most articles I read tell you to set the MaxAllowedZone to '1' which means that local machine zone and intranet zone are allowed but '4' allows access for 'all' zones. For more info, read this article: ...


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You have a misunderstanding about permissions in Windows. With UAC on, your account has standard user permissions and so the Shell (Explorer.exe) runs with standard user rights. So you have to edit the permissions for standard user group and give this group full read/write permissions to the directory/exe.


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As this is fresh installation and the file comes from your previous install.... Are you sure all dependencies for this EXE are already installed ? In some cases missing dependencies (like VC++ runtimes, certain DLL files) can lead to Windows unable to initialize the EXE in which case (under some rare conditions) it can give the SAME error-message as if the ...


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Warning: Security features exist for your protection. Disabling them puts you at a higher risk of various types of dangers. Only follow these instructions if you understand the implications and can implement your own security protocols in-lieu of the disabled security features. The following answer was inspired by an answer to the question "Windows 7 ...


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Better being a relative term, yes. Since the role of an IT department is to enable the users to work efficiently and for software to be installed and configured as required: The best way to handle this is to have GPO configured in a way that allows UAC to be opted in or out of based on end user needs. Especially considering disabling UAC completely as the ...


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[Credit to CraigsNotHere on reddit] Turns out the issue was due to having UAC disabled. To re-enable, simply toggle User Account Control: Run all administrators in admin approval mode in your Group Policy Editor (gpedit), otherwise if you're running Windows Home, open up regedit and enable (set to 1) EnableLUA under ...


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Due to AlEXIX's comment I have designed a batch store in "sendto" folder, then use right click menu "sent to" function to add "exe" in the registries run with admin right. I have tested success but each time cannot add more than fifty exe files to the registries. Also before you use the batch, cmd.exe must configured "run as admin", here is my batch code: ...


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But you CAN do this. This is what you need: http://lifehacker.com/how-to-eliminate-uac-prompts-for-specific-applications-493128966 You could look here too: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-security/uac-and-one-program-used-very-regulary/67bfc4b5-faff-4de4-be48-f395bf1c519d?auth=1


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You could try adding it to the UAC white list by going through the task scheduler. Source: http://lifehacker.com/how-to-eliminate-uac-prompts-for-specific-applications-493128966 In Task Scheduler, right-click "Task Scheduler Library" and select "New Folder" Name it whatever you would like. Select the new folder and click "Create Task" (not "Create ...


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The error messages of your eventlog point to a GPO which gets applied and sets your UAC level. Check your GPO in Computer Configuration\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options check all the settings which are described in this link: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd835564%28v=ws.10%29.aspx you can see the default option for each ...



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