Disable UAC on specific individual Software Program

UAC means User account Control, security feature which pops up a window saying “Do you want the following program to make changes to this computer”. It is annoying in many cases when you trust a program and UAC still asks for permission. It is possible to completely disable UAC but then its threat to security so, it’s better to disable UAC for specific trusted programs.

UAC Trust Shortcut is a small program shared by Technospot where you can specify trusted program and it creates a shortcut for that program on Desktop. Now, access the program from same shortcut and it will no more ask you for permission. Browse for the main program EXE file and click “Add now”.

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Rohit Langde is Founder and Editor-in-chief of Blogsolute. Tech Blogger by Passion & Profession | Mechanical Engineer by Qualification | Introverted Geek by Choice

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  1. gagarin says:

    Its all about mind set……………………….

  2. fafaf says:

    UAC Controller Tool v1.0

  3. Philip Anderson says:

    Awesome, however, a new version of UAC Trust Shortcut is about to get released,
    UAC Trust Shortcut 2.0 will soon be available, according to the ITknowledge24.com
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/itknowledge24

  4. cwood says:

    The problem I have is that the UAC is blocking my auto-run backup software – so a shortcut isn’t going to help.
    THe program is Memeo backup for My Book mirror edition. It backs up automatically when the system is idle – or should. The problem is when I come back to my computer, there is the UAC popup asking if the program can run. Very annoying and I don’t know how to work around it.

  5. Lewis says:

    Seems to do with the location the file is running from – perhaps, can you redefine what locations the computer thinks are internet based?

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