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Windows 7 (64 bit) - Everytime I start up my brokerage program I get a message telling me...

Every time I start up my brokerage program (charles schwab has a downloadable desktop program) I get a message saying that the program may be making changes to system files or some such message.   I have to always press YES to continue.

What do I do so that I can start up the program and never have to asknowledge this message again? I am the owner of the machine and the only account on it.
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David Johnson, CD
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there is no checkbox to remember settings or something of that sort?
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When the box appears next time, Click on "Change when these appear" and you can change your preference
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You cannot remove these on a per program basis, sorry.

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But I should mention that my solution does work, it just changes the setting globally. If you're the only one who uses your computer and you know you won't run viruses, you can disable the notifications.

This is good because you will still get notified about running programs you downloaded from the internet, but these CAN be disabled on a per-program basis.

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Well, there is a way to run a program through a task scheduler entry where it is started with the highest privileges. This prevents the UAC prompt you are getting every time. The procedure is described here.
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I wouldn't think that an app would need to make alot of changes at each launch....

Sure that it isn't some sort of update that's in a loop that UAC is barking at?
that wouldn't be StreetSmart Edge as it has been updated  as of august 2011
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Windows 7 is an operating system from Microsoft. Features include multi-touch support, a redesigned Windows Shell with a new taskbar, referred to as the Superbar, a home networking system called HomeGroup, and performance improvements.

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