You might want to look at the location where it saves the database. If it
saves it to a restricted area such as, C:\Program Files or C:\Windows, this
could be the reason that it requires admin privilegtes.
If this is the case, look in the program for the configuration settings to
see if it is possible to change this location. If this option is available,
create a new folder in the C:\Users\your username\ folder and move the
database location to that new location.
"P I Lewis" <PILewis@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> The application in question is a church presentation and song management
> called easyworship 2007. I have looked on the website and it has been
> updated and supposed to be now compatible with Vista. I have even
> their customer support with no luck.
> I know what you mean about unrestricted access and do not have a clue why
> would need that as all it does is have a database of songs in order to
> a schedule that runs through a projector at my church.
> "Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:
>> What type of application is this? The only reason that an application
>> need admin privileges to start would be one that needed to gain global,
>> unrestricted access to the entire computer such as a system utility or an
>> application that needed to access any restricted areas of the system.
>> If this program does not need this type of access, then it needs to be
>> updated to make it compatible with Vista.
>> Ronnie Vernon
>> Microsoft MVP
>> Windows Shell/User
>> "P I Lewis" <P I Lewis@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> >I have an application I am trying to run and every time I want to use it
>> > have to use the run as administrator option when you want to run it
>> > even
>> > on
>> > user accounts which are supposedly set as administrators.
>> > I have been lead to believe that once you select the option it will
>> > always
>> > work but this is not the case. I am not sure if this may be because of
>> > using
>> > a desktop shortcut or what?
>> > If anyone has any ideas or suggestions to help me with this it is
>> > greatly
>> > appreciated!
>> > Thanks