If you’re tired of being bothered by Windows Vista’s invasive User Account Control (UAC) prompts when attempting to run certain programs, then you’ll want to stop by TechRepublic’s IT Dojo and check out this video that shows you how to bypass those unwanted prompts.
In the video, Bill Detwiler demonstrates how easy it is to use a Scheduled Task’s ability to bypass UAC prompts for running common programs from a shortcut on your desktop.
The idea is based off of a Greg Shultz’s article “Run UAC restricted programs without the UAC prompt” which utilizes the Task Scheduler to bypass UAC prompts by running programs at startup.
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