Adobe Bridge will not work unless you have the user account control turned
off, so I keep it turned off in order to use Bridge. This occurs even if you
have it set to run as administrator.
"Yuriy Shkolnikov [MSFT]" wrote:
> Thanks for reporting this issue here. What are other programs that you are
> having issues with? Please post it here as well...
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> "Jos√©" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > It was a problem under XP too. You created a limited account, and it
> > turned out that you were unable to start certain programs. So you
> > thought that limited accounts were worthless. I have been using XP
> > with an administrator account for years, and I have only recently
> > discovered how to use XP with a limited account, which is so much
> > safer.
> > Vista is worse.
> > Some programs, such as Agent (which I am using right now to enter a
> > message in the newsgroup) even cannot be started if you log on as
> > Admin. Of course you made sure that you had access rights to the Agent
> > files. But the program crashes immediately, without error message, and
> > you have no idea why.
> > Agent can be started (under any user account) by right clicking on it,
> > and selecting 'Run as Administrator'.
> > I do not believe Microsoft intended this.
> > --
> > Jos√©