The best solution for this problem, without disabling any security
components, is to use the Task Scheduler to creat a task that starts the
program when you log on. This task can be run with highest privileges and no
prompt from the User Account Control.
See the following website for instructions and a small utility that
automates creating the scheduled task.
Download and run the Startup Unblocker utility. It will give you a list of
all programs that are configured to start at bootup. Each item will have a
drop down menu that you can use to 'run as administrator'. When you select
this option for an item, the Scheduled Task will be automatically created.
How do I run an administrative program (that needs my permission to start)
every time I log in and prevent the "Windows has blocked some startup
programs" message?: http://www.jimmah.com/vista/Administ...n_program.aspx
Windows Desktop Experience
"Thad Student" <ThadStudent@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I have the tool, but I'm not sure I'm doing the right thing with it. I
> I'll have to read some of the documents that came with it. Otherwise... It
> doesn't seem to be making a difference so far...
> "Brink" wrote:
>> Thad Student;653434 Wrote:
>> > Is there a way to allow a trusted program through the user account
>> > control
>> > without asking for permission every time? I log into my laptop as an
>> > administrator and there is one program that needs consent through the
>> > user
>> > account control in order to run.
>> > The program is Cisco Clean Access Agent. The geek squad at my school
>> > installed it so I can log onto the school's wireless network with my
>> > laptop.
>> > This program is initiated through the Start Menu | Startup folder. I
>> > can't
>> > see why this shouldn't be possible because there are about 10 other
>> > programs
>> > starting when I log on (including some from the startup menu), and the
>> > Cisco
>> > app is the only one asking for permission.
>> Hi Thad Student,
>> You can try this to see if it will work for you.
>> *There are no dumb questions, just the people that do not ask
>> '*VISTA FORUMS*'
>> *Please post feedback to help others.*