Re: disable permission dialogs
- From: "Mark H" <jmhonzell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 19 May 2009 16:39:13 -0500
Well, my definition of WORKing on my computer is to create, install, debug
and remove software on a constant basis. The software has to work whether
you are an individual who turns UAC on or off. As a result, I see that
stupid prompt about 20 times a day, but I have to live with it. Otherwise, I
don't get to have the "user" experience for the software being created.
Eventually, the product will only produce the nag for the "user" once, if
UAC is turned on and hopefully the software will still work if the "user" is
fickle about turning it off and back on. So, what do you mean by WORK on
your computer? Filling out a spreadsheet? Typing a letter?
I think the point is you could have asked a question without accusation that
the OP was doing something wrong.
"Gordon" <gordonbparker@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Steve McGarrett" <smcgarret@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Tue, 19 May 2009 17:32:16 +0100, "Gordon" <gordonbparker@xxxxxxxxx>
"John A Grandy" <johnagrandy@g-mail-dot-com> wrote in message
How do I disable these endless annoying dialogs which ask my
for every minor thing ?
I'm a solo home user behind a good Linksys firewall.
Well I don't get this for every "minor" thing - I do WORK with my
not play with it.
What are you doing that you get UAC all the time?
Your definition of "play" obviously differs with many users here,
because this isn't the first time you've so rudely replied to such a
Quit trying to be a freaking nanny and just answer the OP's question -
IF you can.
Well it would be HELPFUL don't you think, if the Op told us what he was
DOING to cause UAC to pop up so many times.
Asking a question?
Please tell us the version of the application you are asking about,
your OS, Service Pack level
and the FULL contents of any error message(s)
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