FYI. There is also a quick shortcut to the UAC settings. Press
control+escape to bring up the start menu, arrow to the search box,
and type uac, and press entter. It will bring up the UAC settings 9
out of 10 times.


On 11/22/11, Bryan Peterson <bpeterson2...@cableone.net> wrote:
> Problem is that the UAC will still cause issues even if you do that. You
> still have to either run as administrator, which you can do by right
> clicking the name of the file you want to run and then hit run as
> administrator, or turn UAC off. To do this Laurel, you need to be in
> settings, control panel and users.
> They're coming to take me away, ha-haaa!

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