In message <uVwjOhYlKHA.5608@newsgroup> "Bob"
<bobbREMOVE-CAPSus99@newsgroup-CAPShoo.com> was claimed to have
>I run Vista as non-administrator account. I just feel safer that way and I
>do not mind typing in administrator password when asked. Some applications
>fail to ask for administrator password and run fine but in a limited way.
>It takes me a while to figure that out that I am running it with limited
>privileges. I then have to save my work or document where I am and close
>the application. Then I have to right-click the application icon and click
>"Run as administrator". Is there a way to avoid this repeated action? I
>want to find a way to force asking for administrator password when I
>double-click the application icon.
>Is there a way to setup the icon on desktop or start menu to have it forced
>to ask for administrator password every time I double-click it to start the
>application? I always forget to right-click to "Run as administrator".
Right click on a shortcut, go to Properties, then to Advanced, there
should be an option to run as administrator.
Once enabled, you'll be prompted before the app starts.