Advice 1: How to disable "Run as"

Security system the developers of Windows offer to work under the account of the user of the program need to run from the name of the administrator. In versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7, the constant UAC prompts you to confirm the action may cause severe irritation happy owner of the computer.
How to disable "Run as"
Instruction
1
Expand "administrative tools" in "control Panel" and click the Services snap-in. Locate "Secondary logon". Open the context menu right click the mouse on the name service and select "Properties". In the window "startup Type" select list "Disabled." Under "Status" click "Stop" and confirm by pressing OK.
2
In Vista and Windows 7 you can disable the service UAC users – the very annoying UAC that issues the queries. In the "control Panel", expand "Account..." and click on "Change settings...". The level slider move to its lowest position. UAC no longer remind myself.
3
In a string of run programs (called combination Win+R) type msconfig in the system configuration window go to the tab "Service". Locate "Disable UAC" and click "Start".
4
However, the developers of Windows is not highly recommended to disable this service, scaring the vulnerability of the system to malware. You can try to run the program without a request from UAC. Point the shortcut to the program and press Ctrl+Enter – the program will start from the name of the administrator.
5
Right-click the program shortcut and choose "properties" in the drop-down menu. Go to the tab "Shortcut" and click "Advanced". Put the flag in the checkbox "Run on behalf of administrator". In the tab "Compatibility" select "to Perform on behalf of the administrator." In the drop down menu you can immediately select the item "Run on behalf of administrator".
6
Call the command line programs by a combination Win+R or select Run from the menu "start". Type the command, and sothe name ofthe combination Shift+Ctrl+Enter. The program will be launched from the name of the administrator without the UAC prompt.

Advice 2 : How to run application as administrator

In the latest versions of Windows OS (Vista and Seven) to increase the level of security introduced an additional check of user rights when running some programs. If the application is run not as administrator, it has certain limitations in functionality. To launch programs without restrictions in the Windows shell graphics added corresponding options that allow you to do this in several ways.
How to run application as administrator
Instruction
1
Log on with administrator rights.
2
If the shortcut of the application you want to run as administrator, got to the desktop, then click the right mouse button. It can do the same with the line app in the main menu on the start button and with an icon in the Explorer window. In the context menu in all cases, there will be the "Run as administrator", select it.
3
There is another way - it is to set the corresponding setting in the properties of the shortcut which launches the app. Click on the icon of the desired application on the desktop, right-click in its shortcut menu select "Properties". On the Shortcut tab click Advanced, check the box "Run as administrator" and click OK. This setting is only valid when you run the program using this shortcut. The same operation can be done with a command line application placed in the main menu of the OS.
4
The third method is similar to the previous with the difference that opening the properties window, you should not go to the tab "Shortcut" and "Compatibility" tab and in the section "privilege Level" put a checkmark in "Run this program as administrator".
5
Another option is to launch a desired application using the installed OS of a combination of "hot keys". To do this, first select the label or other reference to the desired program. For example, click once with the mouse cursor the label on the desktop or in the Explorer window, or enter its name or the name of the executable file in the search query box in the main menu system and select the row of the search result, etc. Then press ctrl + shift + enter - it is assigned to the team running the program as administrator.

Advice 3 : How to disable "Run as"

Security system the developers of Windows offer to work under the account of the user of the program need to run from the name of the administrator. In versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7, the constant UAC prompts you to confirm the action may cause severe irritation happy owner of the computer.
How to disable "Run as"
Instruction
1
Expand "administrative tools" in "control Panel" and click the Services snap-in. Locate "Secondary logon". Open the context menu right click the mouse on the name service and select "Properties". In the window "startup Type" select list "Disabled." Under "Status" click "Stop" and confirm by pressing OK.
2
In Vista and Windows 7 you can disable the service UAC users – the very annoying UAC that issues the queries. In the "control Panel", expand "Account..." and click on "Change settings...". The level slider move to its lowest position. UAC no longer remind myself.
3
In a string of run programs (called combination Win+R) type msconfig in the system configuration window go to the tab "Service". Locate "Disable UAC" and click "Start".
4
However, the developers of Windows is not highly recommended to disable this service, scaring the vulnerability of the system to malware. You can try to run the program without a request from UAC. Point the shortcut to the program and press Ctrl+Enter – the program will start from the name of the administrator.
5
Right-click the program shortcut and choose "properties" in the drop-down menu. Go to the tab "Shortcut" and click "Advanced". Put the flag in the checkbox "Run on behalf of administrator". In the tab "Compatibility" select "to Perform on behalf of the administrator." In the drop down menu you can immediately select the item "Run on behalf of administrator".
6
Call the command line programs by a combination Win+R or select Run from the menu "start". Type the command, and sothe name ofthe combination Shift+Ctrl+Enter. The program will be launched from the name of the administrator without the UAC prompt.
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