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Disable UAC by going to the start menu and type in UAC, the following option will show up: At the next screen you can drag the slider up or down, up is more secure, down is less. Completely drag down the slider and UAC will be disabled: Or use PowerShell to edit a registry key to disable UAC. (Will take effect after reboot!) New-ItemProperty -Path ...


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Because the program has to run elevated to access all sensors, you have to confirm with UAC every time you start it. The message you’re getting comes up with programs that are not code signed. It looks slightly less intimidating when the program is signed, but it will still appear. There is a (somewhat hacky) way to achieve what you want: Another way ...


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I don't know a way to trust that one specific program, but if you wanted to disable the prompt for all .exe files, you can do the following: Go to Group Policy (Either search it, or press Win + R and run gpedit.msc) Navigate to Local Computer Policy -> User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Attachment Manager Find the item ...


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There are a few you're probably running into here: Token update Group memberships are stored in the user's token, copies of which are attached to each process running as that user. Run whoami /all in a command prompt to see what groups appear in your token. The one attached to the whoami process will be the one inherited from cmd, which is inherited from ...


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Command prompt does not always launch with administrative privileges. Your screenshot indicates that cmd was launched with regular (non-admin) privileges. If you created a shortcut for cmd, you can change the shortcut properties so the command-prompt always launches with administrative privileges. Alternatively, and probably a better option is to use a ...


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cmd.exe and powershell both execute as a standard user by default on win7. You may set them to always request elevation by going to c:\windows\System32\cmd.exe and right clicking -> Properties -> Compatibility -> "Run this program as an administrator". I do this every build. I wish MS would provide a sudo equivalent for cli. If you are able to create ...


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This is my "chown.bat" (unix folks will laugh at me using that name). I've cobbled it together from various solutions... Each time one doesn't work, I add more stuff. The SetACL stuff I only discovered in 2014 or 2015. This has never failed me: for /r %fn in (*.*) SetACL -on "%fn" -ot file -actn clear -clr dacl,sacl takeown /F * /R /D Y icacls ...


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I had too rootkits and did not know it,funny thing was showed avast working,but then it would disappear,so I just tried malwarebytes,did a hyper scan,it found both,now am saying malwarebytes is the best,never had this before ,so must of had it for some time,got to be careful which sites you go too,then run scans ,have two firewalls but they got threw,now it ...


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Check your firewall settings. I just recently came across this issue. Only user of my PC and could not get that hosts file to cooperate. Tried to delete and antivirus pops up telling me it has protected me. I use Avira, so I into my real-time protection configuration, check the security tab and "Protect windows hosts file from changes." is on by default. I ...


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This is more details for the essence of the Answer by @Per Salmi, in this separate Answer as it would be too much for a comment on his Answer... Follow Elevated Program Shortcut without UAC Prompt Those Win7 directions worked for me on Win10 too At step 23., I personally chose to follow How to Add Programs, Files, and Folders to System Startup in Windows ...



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