Windows Vista's User Account Control (UAC) was designed to improve security. But, when you're running Vista with anything other than administrator the constant UAC prompts can be a real pain. In this IT Dojo video, I'll show you how Task Scheduler and a custom desktop shortcut let you run UAC-restricted programs without encountering those annoying UAC prompts.
After watching the video, you can learn more about managing Windows Vista's UAC feature by reading Greg Shultz's article, "Run UAC restricted programs without the UAC prompt"--the basis for this video.
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Bill Detwiler is Managing Editor of TechRepublic and Tech Pro Research and the host of Cracking Open, CNET and TechRepublic's popular online show. Prior to joining TechRepublic in 2000, Bill was an IT manager, database administrator, and desktop support specialist in the social research and energy industries. He has bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Louisville, where he has also lectured on computer crime and crime prevention.