Re: Why do i always need to "Run as an Admin"?




"Wayne" <www.scrfix.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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I was presuming it was vista compatible because it would run with
UAC turned on.

With UAC on, virtualization is provided for legacy programs.
With UAC off, some legacy programs won't work correctly.

....so a program working with UAC on is not an indication that
the program is Vista compatible.


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