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Can't Run Hijack this as administrator, Vista

Posted on 2010-09-11
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In Vista runas administrator does not appear in dropdown for HijackrThis. It is Grayed out in Advanced shortcut properties.
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by:dreamcomputer2000
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Spyware my be blocking it. Try renaming the exe for HijackThis and then running it.
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Still can't runas administrator by right clicking the shortcut or configuring shortcut properties. I works for other programs. Did not need to rename.

I was able to runas administrator by going into the file properties ->compatability tab -> Privilege Level -> Checkmark Run this program as an administrator.
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