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I installed a Dental program and everytime I lauch application Windows gives me following message.  Do you want to allow the following program from an uknown publish to make changes to your computers.  I need to eliminate this from poping up.
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by:armandocg
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Is there a way to change User Account control setting to selected applications. I can setup Windows for User account control setting but that will leave other programs the ability to change settings with out permision from usere
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type uac in your run.. and open change user access control settings.
you can drop the bar to the bottom and click ok.
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You don't want to disable or reduce UAC, but you can create a shortcut that will elevate without prompting.

Follow this guide:
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/11949-elevated-program-shortcut-without-uac-prompt-create.html
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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@marsilies: did you see the disclaimer     This shortcut and task can only be created and work while logged in as an administrator account.
    This shortcut will not work in a standard user account.
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@ve3ofa: Yes, I know of the disclaimer. I figured armandocg was using an administrator account with UAC enabled, in Windows Vista or 7.

If you need a standard user account to be able to launch select programs as adminstrator (and without a prompt or password), you can use the free, open-source utility SuRun:
http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/surun.html
http://kay-bruns.de/wp/software/surun/
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