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Why go through all that trouble? Set on the option "View hidden files and folders". Go to C:\Users\"username"\App Data\Local\ where IconCache.db file is. Rename it (for example: IconCache1.db) or create a new folder there and put it inside. Hide system files and folders again. Done. And the file will be there just in case you need it again. You don't ...


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I agree, in principle, with the "RUNAS" answer. It seems to me that what you want is for sub-process instances to be auto-restricted if they are running as admin. There are a couple of approaches. However, they are/can be drastic and are not for the timid admin because the overhead is annoying. They will do the job, though. Only showing Approach one ...


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We have encountered this same issue. We didn't "fix" the issue but constructed a pretty good work around. 1. delete the "BUILTIN\Administrators All Files" rule 2. Create a file on the root of C called AppLockerBypass (or something of that nature) 3. Create a rule to allow administrators to allow anything in the AppLockerBypass folder to run. Now, when you ...


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Click here for a few options: The first involves creating a link to a task you will create using task manager for the application. The task is set to launch immediately and with elevated privileges and the other solutions rely on 3rd party software. Search Words: uac suppress prompt


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The best way I found was to go to the EXE file, right-click and select Troubleshoot compatibility. There you'll have an option to select that the program requires additional permissions at which point the program will be changed to run as administrator. Save the changes and you're all set.


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Finally, UAC disable/enable without reboot: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /k %windir%\System32\reg.exe ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v EnableLUA /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /k %windir%\System32\reg.exe ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v ConsentPromptBehaviorAdmin /t ...


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I wrote a simple tool to solve this problem. Please find my article here.


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Open a Command Prompt and enter "shutdown /r /o" this will take a moment or two but eventually it will open up a menu. Choose Troubleshooting -> Advanced Options -> Startup Settings. The OS will then begin restarting. Once it's started it will list another set of options. Choose "Safe Mode" and continue. Once the OS has fully restarted and your at the ...


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As conjectured by TheUser1024 and confirmed by the OP, the problem seems to be that “Users” don’t have Read & Execute permission to regedit.exe.


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It seems to be possible to do it like this The screenshot shows to create subkeys corresponding to the full path of a binary underneath HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options, e.g.: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\C:\Program ...


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the UAC is set to warn you about any changes to windows. You can reduce the alert level as shown below to avoid such. Really important changes would be shown only



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