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I'm running Windows 10 with 3 local accounts.

  1. My Non-administrator account - Main account I use
  2. My Administrator account - Which I usually just use for UAC prompts
  3. Someone else's Administrator account - An account I don't know the password to, so don't want this to be the default UAC account that comes up.

Every time I'm running account #1 and get a UAC prompt, it asks me for the password for account #3, which I don't know. So I have to hit "More Choices" -> "Account #2". Is there anyway to make account #2 the default when this prompt comes up?

EDIT: How is this too broad? I want a very specific menu prompt to have a different default than it does. It defaults to account #3. I want it to default to account #2.

  • Why there are #2 and #3 present in your own PC? – Biswapriyo Nov 15 '18 at 4:20
  • @Biswapriyo #2 is required since there must be an administrator account and it should be one I have access to. #1 is for security since it blocks some types of privilege escalation by running a non administer account. #3 is for another person who also uses my computer. – Jarvin Nov 15 '18 at 5:35
  • @Jarvin - Please edit your question instead of submitting comments. It's not clear the reason you have a privileged account you don't know the password to on your personal machine. Please provide all relevant information in the question body instead of a comment. – Ramhound Nov 15 '18 at 5:38
  • @Ramhound Is that more clear? I thought the fact that it was someone else's account is pretty self explanatory. – Jarvin Nov 15 '18 at 5:40
  • Is this your own computer or a company/corporate computer? Is the third account local? I know you say it is but can you please confirm this. Have you tried removing that third account from the computer if it is a local account? – music2myear Nov 20 '18 at 18:47

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