This happens when there is a group policy setting that is enforcing a
Are you on a domain? If so, your domain administrator may have
specified a setting here.
If you're not on a domain, then you may have installed a program that
has overridden this setting, I think some security software does this.
On Tue, 5 Jun 2007 07:05:04 -0700, Markku
>Jimmy, thanks for reply.
>But why I cannot turn on the automatic updates from control panel? Every
>options are grey. I did not find any administrator option in control panel,
>which I can find on programs, like Jimmy advised.
>"Jimmy Brush" wrote:
>> In Windows Vista, even though you are an administrator, only programs
>> that ask to use your admin power ("Windows needs your permission to
>> continue") are allowed to have it.
>> This protects you from programs that you did not start from taking
>> control over your computer.
>> If you would like a program that does not ask you for permission to
>> have admin power, right-click on it and click run as administrator.
>> You can force a program to always ask to use admin power by enabling
>> the 'run as administrator' option from the compatability tab of its
>> properties window.
>> - JB
>> On Mon, 4 Jun 2007 06:39:00 -0700, Markku
>> <Markku@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
>> >I have a couple of users and all of those belongs to admistrators group.
>> >Every user have the same problem, they don't have any administrator rights.
>> >For exmaple I cannot turn automatic updating on and I cannot save any files
>> >in root of the C-drive.
>> >Do anyone have any ideas?
>> >Thank you!!