I solved this issue by digitally signing the application. MSDN/Sh.. 8. 19. 49& Site. ID=1)Now I am working with the UAC "a program needs your permission to continue"This is when I first click on it to run. It seems like eventhough I do wantto know when apps run at administrative level, I do not want/need to know ifand when it is an app I created or I distribute for my company. So thereshould be a way to let UAC know this is an "OK" app to run at that level..
Thanks"Charlie. 42" < Charlie. C1. 2F- 9. CE7- 4. D6. 8- AD9. A- AA3. DA4. 95@xxxxxx> "GADOI" < support@xxxxxx> wrote: > > > This seems to indicate that perhaps there is a way to allow identified> > programs to access the computer.> > After all, Microsoft Office suite does not trigger the UAC and it> > read- writes to registry, etc..> > So, what is available to allow Vista the "Identify" my program as safe,> > leaving UAC alon.> > You do not tell us when or how you get this message, but perhaps it is> when you install software, or run an application that requires> administrator privileges?> > Windows Vista will give you such a message when a program is not digitally> signed by the developer (software company). There is not much you can do> about it. If you run the software deliberately, and know it to be safe> yourself, then you can ignore the message and proceed.> > Charlie.
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