How can disable UAC for certain applications

Whenever you install a application (Often when they open), we "blooms" on the screen warning window UAC (User Account Control). As you probably already know, UACLimit the applications to Standard permissions even if you log on to a user who has Administrator privileges (Ie when running normal applications, they run like any other user without privileges, except for cases where you choose to run with administrator privileges).

Daca pop-up UAC is irritating when you run a number of applications trusted you use daily, but do not want to disable protection that they offer when it comes to experimental applications or applications that you use frequently, you can use UAC Trust Shortcut to disable UAC only for the specific application.

UAC Trust Shortcut is a free application (UAC when installing it will display the usual warning, though: P) with which you can make meetings with the UAC to occur rarely and only when necessary. To create shortcuts exempt The UAC for your trusted programs, run the application, type the name of the programs, then identify access path their (usually installs programs in C: Program Files).

UAC Trust Shortcut

UAC Trust Shortcut to install a service then will run in the background, allowing applications launch with new shortcuts created. After the first restart after installation, you will be notified that you must activate that service. Before giving Enable, Make sure you check Do not display this prompt next timeTo not be notified again, and then click Yes you will be warned (again) the UAC.

-enable UAC Trust Shortcut

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Note: Program compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 2008 server yes Windows 7. To be able to run this application, make sure you have Microsoft .NET Framework 4 installed (if you have not installed it, it is not a problem, it will be installed with the application if you run setup.exe. If you have .NET Framework 4 already installed, run directly setup.msi).

How can disable UAC for certain applications

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