Hitman2000, on 13 November 2012 - 05:05, said:
What Im having trouble with is the stupid UAC and Admin permissions
Ok so you cant turn off UAC completely because then it wont let you run metro apps.
Or even if you give admin rights to a user you still get the stupid prompts when trying to write/delete into C: Program Files
Unable to run metro apps with the built in admistrator account.
Sure i can understand for average joes MS dosent want them to have full access because of security reasons
but why is the administrator level privliges and the admin account so crippled!!!
Anyone know work arounds for these.
thats another issue i'm having on my server 2012 rig.
how can i make "run as administator" the default everytime i start an program. so many times I just double click on an application it starts but then something doesn't functions because it needs admin rights. already have account with admin rights.
and don't give me that BS why you want to run less secure rig, I know what i'm doing I know what program i'm running I won't need windows telling what I can, should run or when it should run.
haven't really ahd time to look into this yet, upgrading server 2008 r2 to 2012 just introduced so many functionality issues.
smartscreen (or what ever its called) its another annoyance.