When you get around to the next update, any chance of making a way for a user
or administrator to "once-and-for-all" approve a start-up program, instead of
going through the "I blocked your program" nonsense each time you boot?
It seems ludicrous to have UAC "protect" me from my anti-virus program, to
"keep me safe(!?)"
UAC keeps saying that it has some group to determine the "good" programs
from the "bad" programs, but it never seems to update itself after getting
this "advice" -- and there seems to be no way to communicate with this
"mystical group" or volunteer to join it -- if it really exists in real life,
and is not a figment of UAC's imagination.
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