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PostSubject: Make yourself a true Vista Admin   Sun Feb 07, 2010 12:36 am

One of the new things which were introduced by Windows Vista is [color:2a6f=#018D25 ! important]brand
new user accounts management, which allows system administrators to
create various user accounts with strictly limited permissions. This
may be handy for someone in net cafe or parents who want to protect the
computer from their children, but it may cause also a lot of troubles
for more experienced people. The problem of UAC in Vista is that even
if you set yourself as the administrator, you won't be able to do some
simple tasks and you will be still swamped by a lot of useless dialogs
and confirmation windows. I'm talking about prompts for folder/file
permissions errors sometimes or you''ll need to right click and select
"Run as Administrator" for most applications to work/install correctly.
That's because Mi*****ft made the administrators accounts (in local
administrators group) run as standard users, unless we give permissions
for every and each administrative tasks, with a little difference when
UAC is turned on/off.Here's the simple solution: Remember that cute
Administrator account you see when you login to safe mode? That's the
built-in administrator account that's installed by default, and
disabled by default too, after a little digging-in I made this tutorial
that'll let you enable and use this account in normal mode, and with a
little other tweak, enjoying an XP-like administrator experience, while
UAC is left ON (or off, it doesn't matter), but with no prompts or
right clicks.


1- Click Start, and type "secpol.msc" in the search area and click Enter.
2- You may receive a prompt from UAC, approve/login and proceed.
3- In the left list, choose "Local Policies", then "Security Options"
4- Set Accounts: Administrator account statusto Enabled.
5- Set User Account Control: Admin Approval Mode for the Built-in Administrator account to Disabled.
6- Now log-off, and you will see a new account named Administrator, click on it to login.
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