"Ben Dover" <Bendover@bendover.com> wrote in message
>I have installed Windows Vista Ultimate on my computer this afternoon
> install) then I installed Visual Studio, then the Visual Studio Service
> Pack, then the Visual Studio Service Pack for Vista. When I click on the
> Icon on the desktop, I get a message each time "User Access Control" , A
> Program needs your permission to continue", for which I say yes.
> I have checked the properties of the program (right click on the ICON) and
> under the Compatibility tab, I have clicked "Run this program as
> administrator", then on the Security tab, under the "Groups or User Names"
> there is listed, "System", "Ben", and "Administrator" with the following
> rights, Full Control, Modify, Read & Execute, Read, Write, Special
> Permissions - All checked.
> What am I missing to be able to click on this EXE file to be able to run
> without the UAC asking each time?
That's just the way it is with Vista and UAC. It doesn't have a feature to
trust a program, so you can give or set a condition for the program of *It's
trusted and don't ask me again about it.*.
If you don't want to be asked, then disable UAC. However, when I disabled
UAC, because I too use VS 2005, and in general, I got tired of being asked
period, it lead to problems with system boot and login with an application
starting that does an error analysis and goes to the .Net Debugger. So, I
enabled UAC again to avoid that problem.
They do need to implement something in UAC to take care of this. But I
expect with MS, it may be on the fly with possible holes in it.