I am trying to download Adobe Digital Editions and I keep receiving the error message
Unable to elevate to administrative rights, error 786
I am the admin! I have turned off the password, I have right clicked on the program and chosen 'run as admin'-then nothing happens.
Any help would be appreciated
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SOLUTION: download the setup.exe for ADE, not using the flash install version.
Before you run it, right click on it and check "run as administrator" under the compatability tab. Also under the general tab I clicked on "unblock," which might have made a difference.
From a similar issue: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/953278?tstart=0
I am experiencing issues with my small domain setup. Windows Server 2012 R2 and windows 10 PRO domain attached PC's
Any users who are not a member of the Administrators group cannot login with their domain account (A device attached to the system is not functioning.) or access their file shares (invalid folder) even if they have been granted access to the file-shares.
However if I add them to the administrators group everything works fine with no issues.
I have not made any changes to group policy recently and have no idea what has changed to stop regular users from being able to do anything.
It is strange because there is nothing wrong with devices attached to the PC and the folders are definitely valid. It is all dependent on which account is trying to access.
Please let me know if you need further info.
Good day all,
I've done a quick search (here and google) but can't find a solution for the following:
Windows 8 pro: I have a user account with admin rights. It used to work fine till one day, after rebooting, I had no tiles in the start view. I ran chkdsk and it seems to have fixed the problem but now when I run any application as "Run as administrator" I get:
Windows cannot find '[The exe]'. Make sure you've typed the name correctly, then try again.
If, however, I run the same app as normal and it works - thus the exe exists and there is no problem with the app itself. (Also check in the file system)
If I create a new user with admin rights I get the same issue.
(The other old user with admin rights are working fine.)
Where do I start looking for the problem?
You could try running:
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Both need to be run in an administrator command prompt.
Both will take an hour maybe to finish.
Maybe half an hour each.
Hopefully a simple question for some. I have a user who currently does NOT have Admin rights, but I need to find out if they had admin rights in the passed. I.E Someone gave them the rights to do something and then removed them.
Basically we are having difficulty getting some software to work without Admin Rights to do the initial install, but i've been told its possible to install the software without Admin Rights but I can't see it. They tried to prove that they did it on one users machine ( who is working fine) but i'm convinced they must have given them Admin rights to do the install and then possibly removed them after.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
If the program was installed to Program Files folder, then you must have had admin rights to do so. Because that folder is not modifiable without the right.
There should be events logged in Event Viewer when the user was elevated to admin status.
So today, the error came up when logging into the admin account. I only have access to Guest account at the moment. Booting up Safe Mode doesn't really help either. So anyone have a solution to this complicated problem..?
See here, see if this helps: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/947215http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/374392-admin-account-error-user-login-service-failed.html
I am going 'round & 'round with this issue. I log on as limited user account for security. However, when I am on that acct, I cannot copy files to the external HP drive - I have to switch over to the admin user account to do so. In order to use the limited account for this operation, I have read that you should disable simple file sharing, (on admin acct), then rt clik on the file u want to copy - this then opens a menu with security tab where you are supposed to be able to give full control to the limited acct for that file. My admin acct that brings up this menu has those boxes to check grayed out. Also, do you have to rt click and give full permission for any file that you want to copy? (once you have this all figured out) - Seems a bit cumbersome. Any ideas anyone?? Thanks.
I'd like to assign a few select "domain users" to be local admin over their test machines which log into a domain. The test machines are Windows 7 64bit and the domain is Win2k8 R2. I have been searching around for the best way to do it but I've come up short on my search.
Anyone know off the top of their head?
Create a new group in AD, for example, TestUsers
Add the required users to the group
Go round each machine and add the group as a member of local admins.
I have discovered that there is a difference between the original local "Administrator" account and my (local) admin account. For instance my admin account cannot add a new user, whereas "Administrator" can.
I absolutely do not want an MS online account - I want to have a local Admin account (not "Administrator" itself) but with the same rights as Administrator, for example being able to add a new user.
This was possible in previous versions of Windows - can it still be achieved and if so, how?
You need to add your new local account to the administrators group. To do this log in with your original Administrator account. Then open an elevated command prompt (right click on start and select Command Prompt (admin).
Then type: net localgroup administrators "UserName" /add
where UserName is the name of your new local account.
You can check which users belong to the various groups with these commands:
net localgroup guests
net localgroup users
net localgroup administrators
Hi it looks lilke my modem LAN and Wi-Fi has died of old age with over-heating complications So I got a USB dongle with works on the admin account but not the Guest account When I try to change its settings this is what I get No options whatsoever This is really frustrating because the admin account was supposed to be my quot play quot account while the Guest account was supposed to be my quot work quot account So I have Google Gears and an entire database of work connected to the browsers on the Guest account I tried moving my Google Gears files using a flashdisk by copying and pasting from the Guest account to the admin account but it didn t work Now I m on an approaching deadline and I can t access Google Gears from browsers on my Guest account because my USB dongle won t work accommodate "Guest" dongle) account rights on Can't Vista admin (to USB give on it What can I do to make the dongle work on the Guest account Thank you in advance nbsp
No you need to create another profile and (not) guest here's how : http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/wind...idden-administrator-account-on-windows-vista/
So my work computer has been jacked with quot system security quot i have no admin rights no possible way to get them and no IT department to come fix it so yeah i m pretty much not able to download and install any programs without admin rights so is there a manual way i can get rid of "SystemSecurity" Possible rights? to admin without remove this i can t even download hijack this to creat a log to show you guys Possible to remove "SystemSecurity" without admin rights? sorry any help will be greatly appreciated Thanks Dustin EDIT i found out i can run an exacutable version of hijackthis Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v Scan saved at AM on Platform Windows XP SP WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v SP Possible to remove "SystemSecurity" without admin rights? Boot mode Normal Running processes C WINDOWS System spool DRIVERS W X HPZipm exe C WINDOWS Explorer EXE C WINDOWS SYSTEM DWRCST exe C WINDOWS system igfxtray exe C WINDOWS system hkcmd exe C WINDOWS system Possible to remove "SystemSecurity" without admin rights? igfxpers exe C Program Files Altiris AClient AClntUsr EXE C WINDOWS system spool drivers w x hpztsb exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccApp exe C PROGRA SYMANT VPTray exe C Program Files Altiris Altiris Agent AeXAgentUIHost exe C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe C Program Files Attachmate E E K EXTRA EXE C Program Files Attachmate E E K EXTRA EXE C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Documents and Settings jmaree Local Settings Temporary Internet Files Content IE TNGLORM HiJackThis exe R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Start Page http www intra dpwn net R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Page URL http www intra dpwn net R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Window Title Microsoft Internet Explorer provided by DHL Worldwide Express R - HKCU Software Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Internet Settings ProxyServer globalproxy goc dhl com R - HKCU Software Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Internet Settings ProxyOverride dhl com airborne com deutschepost de dpwn net dp-itsolutions de exel-intra net lt local gt O - BHO Adobe PDF Reader Link Helper - E F-C D - D -B D- B D BE B - C Program Files Common Files Adobe Acrobat ActiveX AcroIEHelper dll O - BHO SSVHelper Class - BB-D F - C-B EB-D DAF D D - C Program Files Java jre bin ssv dll O - HKLM Run IMJPMIG quot C WINDOWS IME imjp IMJPMIG EXE quot Spoil RemAdvDef Migration O - HKLM Run PHIME ASync C WINDOWS system IME TINTLGNT TINTSETP EXE SYNC O - HKLM Run PHIME A C WINDOWS system IME TINTLGNT TINTSETP EXE IMEName O - HKLM Run IgfxTray C WINDOWS system igfxtray exe O - HKLM Run HotKeysCmds C WINDOWS system hkcmd exe O - HKLM Run SchedulingAgent mstinit exe firstlogon O - HKLM Run AeXAgentLogon C Program Files Altiris Altiris Agent AeXAgentActivate exe logon O - HKLM Run MSPY C WINDOWS system IME PINTLGNT ImScInst exe SYNC O - HKLM Run Persistence C WINDOWS system igfxpers exe O - HKLM Run AClntUsr C Program Files Altiris AClient AClntUsr EXE O - HKLM Run HPDJ Taskbar Utility C WINDOWS system spool drivers w x hpztsb exe O - HKLM Run ccApp quot C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccApp exe quot O - HKLM Run vptray C PROGRA SYMANT VPTray exe O - HKLM Run Adobe Reader Speed Launcher quot C Program Files Adobe Reader Reader Reader sl exe quot O - HKLM Run ADO-Flash Player quot C WINDOWS system Macromed Flash ADO-FlashPlayer- -EN- lnk quot O - HKLM Run DHL BU Prompt quot C Program Files BUInfo DHL BU Prompt exe quot O - HKLM Run MVP quot C Program Files MVP MVP exe lnk quot O - HKLM Run QuickTime Task quot C Program Files QuickTime QTTask exe quot -atboottime O - HKLM Run APL-QuickTimePlayer- -EN quot C Program Files QuickTime APL-QuickTimePlayer- -EN LNK quot O - HKCU Run QuickTime Task quot C Program Files QuickTime QTTask exe quot -atboottime O - HKCU Run ctfmon exe C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe O - Global Startup ... Read morehttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/possible-to-remove-systemsecurity-without-admin-rights.787760/
After upgrading Windows 8 to 8.1 - my standard user does no longer have administration rights.
in computer administration ->local user and Groups - the properties for the user shows that the user belongs the Group administrators.
However when I access the user account in the control panel the user shows up as "standard" and I cannot change that while logged in as standard user.
I have tried logging in as Administrator (using the built in administrator) - but here I am also unable to change the setting of the standard user from "standard" to "Administrator" - the "change account type" button
is greyed out and cannot be clicked.
I have tried everything I can think of, read all I could find on the net - but to no avail.
Can u assist
Hello Ivanhoe, and welcome to Eight Forums.
What other groups does Local Users and Groups show that the standard user belongs to?
While signed out of the standard account and signed in to the built-in Administrator, see if you may be able to use one of the other options in the tutorial below to change the account type of the standard user to be administrator.
User Account Type - Change in Windows 8
Hope this helps,
right so at work we now have windows 7
befor in xp i used to have developer tools and was able to do pritty much anything i needed to do which was great
now with windows 7 if i want to install something i have to right click the exe and click "Run with admin rights(audited)"
now im trying to install some software for my G15 keyboard
i downloaded the installer and ran with admin rights
this gives the installer one time admin rights. only problem is the installer initates another EXE which is hidden inside it somewhere that trys to run as well. this program hasnt asked for the rights so the PC shuts it down. the main installer then fails because one off its elements hasnt installed
Something else is going on. A sub process runs at the same level of its parent, unless the application choices to belay that, an executable running in a high process that runs a sub process is at the same level. The only way for this not to happen is if the application makes the decision to run the sub process in a lower level. Windows does not make that decision.http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/310209-admin-rights-problems-sub-exe.html
I can't delete a file from the desktop. When I try, it says to get the rights from the specified admin user (which I'm logged on). The strange thing is that I still can create other users from this account (including admins).
Any suggestion on what to do?
Quote: Originally Posted by Witch
I can't delete a file from the desktop. When I try, it says to get the rights from the specified admin user (which I'm logged on). The strange thing is that I still can create other users from this account (including admins).
Any suggestion on what to do?
Whats the name of the file?
Have you tried deleting it in safe mode?
Does anyone know how to stop the attached alerts? I got this one, just for renaming the C drive label, if I click Continue it works fine, but if I am logged in as an Admin user, that should be enough for me, so can we get rid of this alert?
I don't want to use the built in Administrator user, so I think I need to "elevate" my admin user account, but can't see how to do this for Windows 10 Pro.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Security and Maintenance and set the UAC, (user Account Control), to the second from the top, which will slightly reduce your security settings but will remove the most annoying of the prompts.
You can of course set this to any of the available settings but anything lower than the second highest will reduce the in-built security to a level that can cause issues
Anyone tried deleting a registry key in Windows nbsp Got quot access denied quot or quot Error while deleting key quot The usual response is key" deleting ADMIN! or Permissions -"Access AS while Denied" "Error EVEN Regedit quot You need to run regedit as an administrator quot nbsp but I AM logged in as Administrator and running regedit as administrator trying to assign administrator full permissions on that registry key in order to delete it nbsp Am I mistaken or isn't Regedit Permissions -"Access Denied" or "Error while deleting key" EVEN AS ADMIN! Administrator supposed to be able to administer and control all the settings on the computer in order to set it up for the quot Average Joe quot user So under the permissions menu of that key go to advanced change the owner from System to Administrator and try again nbsp It's no longer saying quot access denied quot but quot Cannot delete xxxxxx Error while deleting key quot The scenario Basically the wireless has stopped working on a laptop The device does not show up in Device Manager but is in the registry so the normal procedure is to delete the registry entry for the device in HKLM System CurrentControlSet and ControlSet Enum PCI nbsp nbsp then attach the device or restart the computer it finds the quot new quot hardware and reinstalls it Easy Not with permission restrictions on the administrator account it's not nbsp So I need to give myself permission to give myself permission to do a simple task like delete a single registry key nbsp Why Microsoft why nbsp Please just make the Administrator account a hidden quot God mode quot account that can do anything and make the lives of us techies much easier in the process nbsp RANT Now where did I put that XP dischttps://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/56fed319-a532-46a4-a384-fd795998c4a3/regedit-permissions-quotaccess-deniedquot-or-quoterror-while-deleting-keyquot-even-as?forum=w7itproinstall
Hi Yet again Windows is frustratingly taking up all of my time and I have tried everything google has to offer to try and fix it but it seems like no one has screwed up as much reset admin | | can't admin | Lost 5 No password error rights System as I have on whatever forum Let me explain the problem I'm trying to set my account to administrator because I can't install programs change account settings make any changes through CMD without getting the system error access denied message and I can't set the administrator account through CMD either I also don't have the permission to change anything in regedit and I can't even reset my pc because it requires an administrator password System error 5 | No admin rights | Lost admin password | can't reset which I don't have is not quot nothing quot nor is it administrator or admin or password and I can't change it through cmd either I can't even access the administrator account because it is disabled and even with an elevated System error 5 | No admin rights | Lost admin password | can't reset cmd I can't activate the quot hidden quot administrator account System error 5 | No admin rights | Lost admin password | can't reset I've ran malwarebytes and superantispyware and I am now looking for the Gandalf of all Geeks to help me solve this problem I'd immensely appreciate it
Hi. When a computer is first setup, the account created is an administrative one. What happened to this account?http://www.tenforums.com/user-accounts-family-safety/37732-system-error-5-no-admin-rights-lost-admin-password-cant-reset.html
Tried to log on to my ADMIN profile to make changes to user accounts and got the dreaded "User Profile Service" service failed the logon on.
Can anyone advise how to fix this problem?
Hello Dogwalkersg5, and welcome to Vista Forums.
This may be able to help you fix this.
The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.
Hope this helps,
My problem is that even though I have only one user account defined on my machine and it is set to "Administrator" it is not being allowed to do admin types of things like deleting folders. I tried to create a user group but that's not an option on the Win7 Home Premium version that I use. How can it be that the sole account is not the admin even though it shows that it is in the account user setup?
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 184.108.40.206
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M 370 @ 2.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 37 Stepping 5
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 3890 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics, 1721 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 476837 MB, Free - 424790 MB; E: Total - 476937 MB, Free - 381321 MB;
Motherboard: TOSHIBA, NALAA
Antivirus: Lavasoft Ad-Aware, Disabled Microsoft Security Essentials in use
the actual admin account is hidden and disabled for security reasons,your referring to a account with admin privileges
go into properties for the drive and click on the security tab and check the permissions are enabled for your account
Hello This is an URGENT problem that I am having with this Windows BIT ULTRA MEGA AWESOME computer This things Where User", Admin?, other Stuck in the and is Standard, "Other is probably the most unusual thing that has ever happened to the Windows community and it's a problem causing problems You will find this typed up rant detailed in some sort of way I don't want silly Stuck in Standard, Where is the Admin?, "Other User", and other things answers like quot Just log out of Standard account and log into Administrator quot quot Use the disk quot quot There are grams in an ounce quot PLEASE READ THE WHOLE THING BEFORE YOU ANSWER or get know what I am dealing with at least Please answer with the best you can It's not a bad thing if your suggestion didn't work but at least know what you're typing Problem I am stuck in the standard account with the start Stuck in Standard, Where is the Admin?, "Other User", and other things page only having my selection of my named standard account and quot Other User quot I have no password to my Standard and it's a good fine account Otherwise clicking other user would give me the inserted quot Username quot and quot Password quot No administrator account there not the one I named I in fact caused this problem a long time ago months I was trying to make a standard account for myself and have the administrator for my parents beside it When I made the standard account it didn't show up on the startup screen I instead put it in quot Other User quot and it made the account Although it replaced where the administrator account was Stuck in Standard I can't do anything about it I can't change it in User Accounts and the quot other quot User accounts The one in which you can go to properties and quot add quot it to the administrator group didn't work I can do Command Prompt in administrator as system but whenever I try to change ANYTHING about accounts it would give me the lousy message of quot Access Denied quot I can't change my user account name or anything that requires administrator privileges If I TRY to change the name it won't change Where is the Admin I can't bring out the windows admin cause I'm a standard account I can't convert myself to Admin and I can't create another account I don't have guest either so what can I do Where did my admin account go I don't have the windows disk PLEASE make sure I can fix this without the disk I don't have it and I sure hope I don't need it THANK you for reading this whole typed up rant if you don't have an answer at least you know my problem I can't find anyone in or was in the same situation as I am in Wish me luck now answer away
Do not come here, rant, and tell us not how to answer your question.
We give you advice and you accept it graciously or you don`t use it all.
And you say Thank You.
Hello everyone I am new to using sevenforums for posting things I have tried to read all of the rules but if I did not do something correctly please let me know so I can "admin" automatically log-on. to user Unknown trying fix Unknown "admin" user automatically trying to log-on. it and ensure it doesn't happen again I work in an IT department on a college campus and have a specific issue that no one in my office has ever seen heard of before We have a faculty member who just recently received a new desktop computer within the last month It is a Dell Optiplex running Windows Pro x All of the computers we manage have a standard user Unknown "admin" user automatically trying to log-on. account ie John Doe with their password and an administrator account that we have the log-in information for Both accounts are set as administrators and have no restrictions whatsoever We do not run a network or anything so they are both on the actual PC Yesterday I was called down to her office with an issue of her not being able to log on After much inspection I discovered that upon start up the computer was trying to log in to an account named quot admin quot automatically and the two user accounts that we manage were nowhere in sight I was able to select the quot other user quot option and manually enter the log in credentials for both users and successfully log on I had never seen this quot admin quot account before and am confident that it was not created by a user of the PC I decided to view the accounts via quot manage accounts quot and it is nowhere in sight I looked on the C drive and also did not see it anywhere Also the accounts that have previously been used on the computer were still there as if nothing had changed We use Webroot antivirus and I completed a scan on that which showed up clean Any advice suggestions etc would be greatly appreciated Thanks -MB Edit I forgot to mention that I booted up in safe mode and the problem still remained
Hi there, welcome to Seven Forums
It seems the Administrator account has been activated within Windows 7.
Follow the link to a tutorial below to disable the 'admin' account:
Built-in Administrator Account - Enable or Disable
As you have not set any restrictions, it is most likely a user of the PC in question has activated this account beforehand and has thrown you off as you have never seen it before Just follow the tutorial to disable it and tell us if the PC tries to login automatically onto another account. Good luck!
EDIT: If you are to use the command prompt method please bear in mind what is said:
"NOTE: If you had previously renamed the built-in "Administrator" account's name, then you will need to substitute administrator in the command below with the new name instead."
So that 'new name' may be 'admin'. If the account is still there just try and use the default name 'administrator'.
My laptop is part of a corporate network I occasionally connect a Admin Permissions" to empty "Need Recycle Unable Bin: vpn to access network files but mostly use it as stand-alone I also have PGP Desktop to encrypt my hard-drive which is synchronized over the network when I am connected for backup My user ID has administrator permissions Today i tried to empty the recycle bin which was quite full Unable to empty Recycle Bin: "Need Admin Permissions" I received a message that i needed admin permissions for some of the files After repeated attempts I got to one stubborn file that will not go away yielding only the need permissions error I tried logging in as local admin but could not access my recycle bin from there I tried logging into the VPN before deleting I even tried to restore the file but still got the same error I spent a couple hours looking on the internet but didn't find anything useful Any ideas would be appreciated Attached is an image of the error Interestingly the file name listed in the error is not the same as the file I am trying to purge
The PDF file is a temporary file as it has a "$" at the beginning.
However, there is really no need to empty the recycle bin. It is limited to a certain size. When it gets full, the next file that is sent to the recycle bin "bumps" the oldest, which is deleted.
On Windows XP, installing iTunes requires admin rights. However, it is not good to use an admin account for regular work. For the Palm Desktop, the workaround was to grant admin rights to the user account, install the application using the user-turn-admin account, then ungrant admin rights. Will this last step cause problems for iTunes, or does iTunes require admin rights for its regular operation (outside of being installed)?http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/grant-user-admin-rights-install-itune-ungrant-rights-401232.html
Hi everybody, I'm experiencing a weird problem with Windows 8 Pro x64. Although I'm on the only user account on Windows (that is the administrator one), it looks like I don't have the Admin privileges and need to manually request them each time.
For instance, when I install some programs (e.g., VLC, Deamon tools, Dropbox...), I often receive errors similar to "Windows could not elevate", or "Windows doesn't have sufficient rights to install from a temporary directory". This is easily fixed by right-clicking the executable and selecting "Run as administrator", but is this working as intended? I have another Windows 8 installation where it just works without this workaround.
Do I need to change some settings?
1. Please post the exact error messages you're getting (hint: you can Ctrl+C when the dialog is active and then Ctrl+V).
2. Does the problem ever occur when you elevate intentionally? E.g. when you type cmd on the start screen and press Ctrl+Shift+Enter.
3. Create a new administrative account, log in and report whether the problem exists in it.
Interestingly on boot up I see "another user" but the picture is blank, with a frame around it (I can see through it to the boot wallpaper that I have changed to prove) ..
Who is another user?
Please help as I have been on the 2 days now
Sorry to bump but things have changed somewhat, and yes could start a new topic but will try the edit function as I am not here often. I see 110 views and that's promising
Please advise who is this "another user" icon/picture is blank, with a frame around it (I can see through it to the boot wallpaper that I have changed to prove) .. on control /alt/ delete.
I now have admin rights back (previous problem) but this "another user" can't be found anywhere (I know of) except at login. I am stumped..
hi I am helping friends mom and dad who's son ended up in jail Got caught and done for DD DUI and got months not the first time His mom and dad want to recover admin no only user but rights the pictures and some other financial files but all were kept under admin account Here is the catch There is only user account which is guest and this machine is network machine there are computers all up From user account I cannot access his files have tried deleting the password through command prompt but access denied Funny thing is Admin account no admin rights but user only does not show up at the start up or at log in Speaking to him I need network admin password no admin rights but user only to be able to extract the files but with all things going on he has forgotten it all I have tried taking hard drive out and connecting it to my machine but I am still asked for admin password UAC Is there anything I can do from guest account to elevate guest to admin to take ownership of given files Registry change command prompt does not work I have not tried safe mode but i guess it will be same story
Its pretty difficult for us to suggest something since we can't verify the authenticity of the request. The best bet here is for him to remember the password and pass it on to you - hopefully he can do that soon.
I cannot HJT "add/remove no "RUN", to admin. prog", LOG and access issues and get to HJT LOG and no access to "RUN", "add/remove prog", and admin. issues the quot run quot application i cannot HJT LOG and no access to "RUN", "add/remove prog", and admin. issues fins the add remove programs disappeared from control panel and it denies me access to things bc it says i am not the administrator when i am also my windows update thing always says i have new updates to install even after i installed them every time i startup or shutdown it takes forever saying it's updating the computer stage here's the log from hjt Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v Scan saved at PM on Platform Windows Vista WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v Boot mode Normal Running processes C Windows system taskeng exe C Windows system Dwm exe C Windows Explorer EXE C PROGRA TRENDM INTERN PccGuide exe C Program Files XPSMiniViewGadget XPSMiniViewGadget exe C Program Files Sigmatel C-Major Audio WDM sttray exe C Program Files Intel Intel Matrix Storage Manager IAAnotif exe C Program Files SetPoint LBTWiz exe C Windows System WLTRAY EXE C Program Files Google Google Desktop Search GoogleDesktop exe C Program Files Creative SBAudigy Volume Panel VolPanlu exe C Program Files Microsoft Works WkDetect exe C Program Files Dell Support Center bin sprtcmd exe C Program Files iTunes iTunesHelper exe C Windows ehome ehtray exe C Program Files Windows Media Player wmpnscfg exe C Program Files ATI Technologies ATI ACE Core-Static MOM EXE C Program Files Spybot - Search amp Destroy TeaTimer exe C Program Files WIDCOMM Bluetooth Software BTTray exe C Windows system wbem unsecapp exe C Program Files SetPoint SetPoint exe C Windows ehome ehmsas exe C Program Files Internet Explorer ieuser exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Program Files Common Files Logitech khalshared KHALMNPR EXE C Program Files WIDCOMM Bluetooth Software BtStackServer exe C Program Files Google Google Desktop Search GoogleDesktop exe C Program Files ATI Technologies ATI ACE Core-Static CCC exe C Program Files Google Google Desktop Search GoogleDesktop exe C Windows system wuauclt exe C Windows system Taskmgr exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Program Files Trend Micro HijackThis HijackThis exe C Windows system SearchFilterHost exe R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Page URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Search URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Start Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Search SearchAssistant R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Search CustomizeSearch R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Window Title Internet Explorer provided by Dell R - HKCU Software Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Internet Settings ProxyOverride local R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Toolbar LinksFolderName O - Hosts localhost O - BHO Adobe PDF Reader Link Helper - E F-C D - D -B D- B D BE B - C Program Files Common Files Adobe Acrobat ActiveX AcroIEHelper dll O - BHO Spybot-S amp D IE Protection - - F - D - - D F - C Program Files Spybot - Search amp Destroy SDHelper dll O - BHO no name - d a - d - d - - e a - C Program Files Siber Systems AI RoboForm roboform dll O - BHO SSVHelper Class - BB-D F - C-B EB-D DAF D D - C Program Files Java jre bin ssv dll O - BHO Google Toolbar Helper - AA ED - DD- d - -CF F - c program files google googletoolbar dll O - BHO Google Toolbar Notifier BHO - AF DE - D - -B FA-CE B AD D - C Program Files Google GoogleToolbarNotifier swg dll O - BHO CDLPObj Object - BE ED -CA - B - CCE- FB E D AA - C Windows mpcodecplg dll O - BHO Browser Address Error Redirector - CA C - B - E-A -... Read morehttp://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f284/hjt-log-and-no-access-to-run-add-remove-prog-and-admin-issues-304705.html
Ive stumbled across a problem that has been causing me grief for a few days now, every time I try to access my hard drive (C disk) it says, access is denied. Also, i cant edit permissions because I've lost admin rights. Ive tried many things including unlocking the system admin, this lets me access a few extra things like being able to use the sfc command in cmd, however, it doesn't allow me to access the C disk or change permission because it also has lost admin rights? I fear that this is a bad problem and I don't know how it happened. I have tried restoring to a previous date and that doesn't work either.
Any help and/or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Hi and welcome to TSF so you have tried win 7 hidden admin Enable the (Hidden) Administrator Account on Windows 7 or Vista
have you installed or downloaded anything in the recent past
I tried to google this and it seems neither is possible but I wanted to hear the truths from the horses mouth I have a Win Pro x computer with users who boths needs to be able this really is a must install software on the computer but they can't have access to each other's private folders user folder Basically I see theoretical options a make standard user accounts and give these accounts the right to install software Is this possible and if yes how b make admin user accounts and prevent them from accessing to each other's user folder I can user user or something prevent Installing standard an admin to rights do this but not in a way that doesn't mess with windows basically I would encrypt the Installing rights to standard user or prevent an admin user something file but then windows wouldn't be able to use the folder like it is built to use it and I'm pretty sure this would cause problems Is there another way to do this which doesn't cause problems with windows Thanks in advance to anyone willing to help
a) This may be possible in theory but it would not be easy. Don't go there.
b) All administrators are equal. Any restrictions you impose can be undone by another.
The only practical way to do what you want is to encrypt the users folders. Windows doesn't care about user folders so that is not an issue.
The firm in which I work has a Lenovo PC with Windows 10 installed. There are two user profiles on the computer, the admin and another normal account without administration rights. We have only the password of the account without administrator rights.
The network administrator had left the company surprisingly in without giving the administrator password of the PC and we cannot contact him anymore.
Now we want to install another programme and we cannot do this without an administrator account.
I disabled secure boot and have tried to boot the PC with an Linux USB Stick, but it do not boot from the stick.
Any suggestion how I either can reset the password of the administrator account or create an new account with administrator rights.
Although there may be techniques to recover a lost password it is forum policy that we do not discuss these here - your best bet would be to visit a local security specialist and get them to recover/reset it for you - and a change to the policy for the replacement admin may be a good idea, I always wrote a list of all passwords and stored it with the Managing Director and also in a fireproof safehttp://www.tenforums.com/user-accounts-family-safety/38274-windows-10-admin-password-reset-new-account-admin-rights.html
I don't know how it happened.
In Control Panel, I am the admin.
In netplwiz, I am in Administrators.
(I remember it as being HomeUsers, Administrators).
Can I solve this?
Quote: Originally Posted by IMAyNeed
I don't know how it happened.
In Control Panel, I am the admin.
In netplwiz, I am in Administrators.
(I remember it as being HomeUsers, Administrators).
Can I solve this?
What do you want to solve? What problems are you having?
hi many thanks in advance for any unable in rights use xp..... to admin assistance i am logged in as admin in xp but have lost rights and am unable to change add any accounts hoping to avoid a complete reinstall - thanks again hjt log as follows - Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v Scan saved at on Platform Windows XP SP WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v Boot mode Normal Running processes C WINDOWS System smss exe C WINDOWS system csrss exe C WINDOWS system winlogon exe C WINDOWS system services exe C WINDOWS system lsass exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS Explorer EXE C Program Files Alwil Software Avast aswUpdSv exe C Program Files Alwil Software Avast ashServ unable to use admin rights in xp..... exe C WINDOWS system spoolsv exe C Program unable to use admin rights in xp..... Files AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic sched exe C Program Files AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic avguard exe C WINDOWS system defensewall serv exe C Program Files Common Files LightScribe LSSrvc exe C Program Files Maxtor Sync SyncServices exe C WINDOWS system nvsvc exe C Program Files OO Software CleverCache ooccag exe C Program Files CyberLink Shared Files RichVideo exe C Program Files Alcohol Soft Alcohol StarWind StarWindService exe C Program Files Common Files Acronis Fomatik TrueImageTryStartService exe C WINDOWS system wdfmgr exe C Program Files Alwil Software Avast ashMaiSv exe C Program Files Alwil Software Avast ashWebSv exe C WINDOWS System alg exe C Program Files OO Software CleverCache ooccctrl exe C Program Files Common Files Stardock TrayServer exe C Program Files TrojanHunter THGuard exe C Program Files Alcatel SpeedTouch USB Dragdiag exe C Program Files Microsoft IntelliPoint ipoint exe C Program Files EverNote EverNote UniClipper exe C Documents and Settings Default User Local Settings Temp bh ySa d IDMan exe C WINDOWS BricoPacks Vista Inspirat RocketDock RocketDock exe C Program Files Shock Utility ShockDesktop ShockDesktop exe C Documents and Settings Default User Local Settings Temp bh ySa d IEMonitor exe C Program Files Siber Systems AI RoboForm RoboTaskBarIcon exe C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe C Program Files Down Home Down Home exe C WINDOWS BricoPacks Vista Inspirat UberIcon UberIcon Manager exe C WINDOWS system SNDVOL EXE C Program Files Zone Labs ZoneAlarm zlclient exe C WINDOWS system ZoneLabs vsmon exe C Program Files Lavasoft Ad-Aware aawservice exe C Program Files Lavasoft Ad-Aware Ad-Watch exe C Documents and Settings Nick Desktop Toolbox FF ULT OPTIMISER Firefox Ultimate Optimizer exe C WINDOWS explorer exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Program Files Common Files Microsoft Shared Windows Live WLLoginProxy exe C Program Files Mozilla Firefox firefox exe C WINDOWS system taskmgr exe C Program Files Enigma Software Group SpyHunter SpyHunter exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C WINDOWS system wuauclt exe C Program Files AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic avgnt exe C Program Files Trend Micro HijackThis HijackThis exe R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Bar http uk rd yahoo com customize yco search ie html R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Page http uk rd yahoo com customize yco uk yahoo com R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Start Page http www google co uk R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Page URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Search URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Start Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer SearchURL Default http uk rd yahoo com customize yco uk yahoo com R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Mai... Read morehttp://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f284/unable-to-use-admin-rights-in-xp-241981.html
Using Win 8.1
First off, the account I'am signed on with is listed as admin type account. It's the one I had to enter my windows account email.
Since installing the new MalwareBytes 2.0 program (which went in without any problem) it put an shortcut icon on desktop. I tried too move the icon from desktop to another folder and it said I needed admin rights to do this. Usually once I click on continue it gives me access and proceeds to carry out the command.
So I followed the tutorial to build hidden admin account. I type in: net user administrator /active:yes, it completed. I signed on to the admin account and tried the same operation and it still asked for admin rights.
What am I doing wrong?
UpDate: MalwareBytes 2.0 has a self protection ability that needs to not be enabled, otherwise everything associated with the Program including program icons located anywhere cannot be moved.
Recently I did a clean install from the windows installation tool off a CD I made. Soon after logging on and making my first account (again!) I couldn't open the C drive. I messed with the owner options and made my account the owner so I could open it. Possibly before or maybe after (I'm not sure) I realised I wasn't able to use any admin settings, (like add another account or see advanced system settings) open any applications that required admin rights (like CMD or any installation file) or do anything in the system menu. I've tried to look up the solution but can't find anything that fits the description of my problem. Any help is welcome. Thanks in advance for at least reading this.http://www.tenforums.com/user-accounts-family-safety/59249-no-admin-rights-admin-account-after-clean-install.html
I have been working on setting up an old PC basically just to play & organize music for me. I put Windows 2000 Pro on it, and was playing around with the group policy editor.
I made a 2nd user for the system, and planned on lowering the rights of that user so that other people could use it and I wouldn't have to worry about anything happening to the computer.
My problem is that when I am logged on as the admin and I change the policy, it affect not only the other users set up on the computer, but the admin also! This isn't what I want at all!! I want to know how to deny normal users (users, power users, etc...) the right to do many things without affecting the admin account.
Local policies affecet everyone that uses the computer. There is nothing within windows that can change that unless you are running a Domain environment.
There are a few pieces of software that can help you with this though.
If you were running Windows XP you could use Doug Knox's XP security console.
There is also the PAC security Tool.
Is it possible to create user account with limited administration permissions?
I would like to create user with permissions for installing and removing programs and access to "basic" setting.
It must not have access to Local GPO, Registry... - "advanced" settings.
OS: Windows 8.1 x64 Pro
The only way to do this would be to control the PC via Group Policy. There is no other way of limiting someone's administrative power.http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f320/create-user-with-limited-admin-rights-1065250.html
OK So here s my situation My step son downloaded a bunch of virus which hosed my computer I just finished realoading windows and all my software and now I Admin from rights a Removing account user m going through and removing things from his start menu so he only has access to limited programs he s and he doesn t know to go into the c program files to get anything I was in his standard user account moving stuff so it would only show up on my login So when it came up and asked for an administrator password I typed in my password and did what I had to do The only problem is now he still has access to those things that I authorized I can now go into his account and access my documents I would think you would have to put in the administrator password every time but obviously that s not the case How do I reset that Removing Admin rights from a user account so he no longer has access to that stuff nbsp Removing Admin rights from a user account
I assume that you were working from within his account in moving the shortcuts, and gave the password to let you access folders in your account. The result is that the file permissions on those folders have changed to let him in whenever he wants. If this is correct, you should be able to reset the permissions on each of those folders using this article in the Techguy Library of Knowledge:
By the way if you have Windows 7, you may be able to use the Windows Parental Controls to help keep him out of mischief.
I am the sole user of this computer.
The control panel tells me I am an administrator but when I go into my account it says I am a standard user and won't let me change it to Administrator.
I just want to manage my own computer and - for instance - delete files on a CD which has somehow become write protected.
I googled lusrmgr.msc but when I put it in run was told this version of Windows 10 didn't have those rights
thanks in advance
Originally Posted by phynbarr
I am the sole user of this computer.
The control panel tells me I am an administrator but when I go into my account it says I am a standard user and won't let me change it to Administrator.
I just want to manage my own computer and - for instance - delete files on a CD which has somehow become write protected.
I googled lusrmgr.msc but when I put it in run was told this version of Windows 10 didn't have those rights
thanks in advance
Trying to delete files on a CD? Surely you jest!!! A CD is a read only device, you can NOT delete anything off of a CD.
How did you install Windows 10 without making yourself the Administrator. I've installed W-10 at least a dozen times so far and I've always come up as the ONE and ONLY Administrator.
But still, I have to install and use "Grant Admin Full Control" to be able to 'Take Ownership' of certain files and folders.
Grant Admin Full Control - Free download and software reviews - CNET Download.com
And, Good Luck!
Anyone know how to allow a user with 'Power User' rights to initialize an external hard drive.
Run-as local admin doesn't quite work. I also started the initialization process then gave the drive back to the user to finish formatting in NTFS. However, the HD is 2 tb and he only got to 10 mb before Win7 quits and shoots failed error.
Any advice is much appreciated.
If you have the drive hooked up and you initialize it, what is stopping you from formatting it for them to begin with? It's of little use till it is formatted, a quick format takes less time than informing a user they need to format there newly initialized drive. Or am I missing something?http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/94981-user-non-admin-rights-cant-initialize-drive.html
Hi, I saw this message earlier on my computer and I don't know what it means or how to fix it? Would some mind helping please.
I have a lab of computers on a domain that students use. They need to run an accounting program that is already installed on the machines. When a student tries to run the program they instantly get blocked with an error message saying they need Power User rights or administrative rights. There would be an issue giving the students those rights for the whole machine, but how would I allow those rights just for the program?
Ive tried running the program as administrator and even having it automatically run as an administrator for all users and still got the same error.
Hello KH, and welcome to Seven Forums.
I'm not sure how this may work on a domain, but you might see if you may be able to use either tutorial to create a elevated shortcut that standard users could run elevated without getting an error or UAC prompt.
Elevated Program Shortcut - Create for Standard User
Elevated Program Shortcut without UAC Prompt - Create
Hope this helps,
Hi there you all I just installed windows bit and i am having this new enigma with the proper way of installing my apllications I read that there are some applications that should be Admin to User Account rights softwares?? or install installed using the quot run as administrator quot option and some of them not My question is how do i know a program should be installled using this option Is it possible that a program doesn 't run correctly or without optimun capacity because of using the wrong usser account How do i know that i am not running as Admin by default Which account should i use by default in order to be optimally safe Why when I go to my computer manage Local users and group Users double click on Administrator i see the quot Account is disabled quot check box checked Thanks in advance and User Account or Admin rights to install softwares?? sorry for my ignorance i just need a clear and easy explanation for this because i have a User Account or Admin rights to install softwares?? lot installing to do Audio plugins and softwares and i think i need to be clear about this Thanks in advance Cheers Alberto
Quote: Originally Posted by amoretam
Hi there you all!
I just installed windows 7 64bit and i am having this new enigma with the proper way of installing my apllications:
I read that there are some applications that should be installed using the "run as administrator" option, and some of them not.
My question is how do i know a program should be installled using this option??
Is it possible that a program doesn 't run correctly or without optimun capacity because of using the wrong usser account??
How do i know that i am not running as Admin by default?
Which account should i use by default in order to be optimally safe?
Why when I go to my computer/manage/Local users and group/Users/double click on Administrator i see the "Account is disabled" check box checked??
Thanks in advance and sorry for my ignorance, i just need a clear and easy explanation for this because i have a lot installing to do (Audio plugins and softwares) and i think i need to be clear about this...
Thanks in advance
1-for safety use a standard account.
2-run app normally unless they wont run. If run as admin is needed do so.
3-Which admin account is disabled?
We have installed a SmartMusic program for my son's Trumpet practice.
However, it runs on his user login, only if I grant him admin rights.
I do not want to grant him admin rights to the laptop, but cannot find any way to grant just that particular program to run as admin on his login...
Can someone help? Its a Vista Home version of Windows...
You can give this a try and hope. The run as adminstrtor feature was put there by the software and not Vista.
You can turn off the UAC
User Account Control (UAC)
Then right click on the software, probably properties, then advanced (or compatibility tab). In Compatibility or advanced tab. check run as administrator
Let me know how that works.
When you right click on the software, type in the software name in the search function by stat button, and then right click when it pops up. Do not click on any shortucuts.
For smart music rather than advanced, it might be under compatiblity tab.
If you do disable UAC, all Administrator users must exercise caution. The UAC is a warning that changes will be made to the system and not just to user account
Well I has playing around with netplwiz in order to at least try remove the password need when I log into the computer I've managed to take out the password in the login but now the rights only in computer admin in the Lost account user the only account existent in the computer no longer has the admin rights and it's listed as guest account It wouldn't be that much of a problem if the UAC didn't prompted me every now and then like when I try to run exe files or do things that require Lost admin rights in the only user account in the computer admin rights and asked for the admin password which is quot blank quot as Lost admin rights in the only user account in the computer there is no digit in it Not only that but also there's nowhere to quot type quot the password in the UAC prompt Is there anyway to solve this I'm willing to do things as re-install windows but no format because I don't want to lose my file If you guys could show me a way to solve this without re-installing windows it would be much appreciated Thanks in advance Henrique
Originally Posted by henriquelicori
Well, I has playing around with netplwiz in order to (at least try) remove the password need when I log into the computer. I've managed to take out the password in the login, but now the only account existent in the computer no longer has the admin rights and it's listed as guest account. It wouldn't be that much of a problem if the UAC didn't prompted me every now and then (like when I try to run .exe files or do things that require admin rights) and asked for the admin password (which is "blank", as there is no digit in it). Not only that but also there's nowhere to "type" the password in the UAC prompt.
Is there anyway to solve this? I'm willing to do things as re-install windows, but no format because I don't want to lose my file. If you guys could show me a way to solve this without re-installing windows it would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance, Henrique.
I think I would move that file you don't want to lose to an external drive or to the cloud before you loose it.
I recently migrated a bunch of files and folders from my NAS to an internal (2nd) hard drive on my laptop. At first, all those folders had a gold padlock overlay. I removed those locks by following the instructions at:
Lock Icon on Files and Folders - Remove in Windows 7
However, I'm still encountering access issues when I try to save files into those migrated folders or move any of those folders (see the attached screenshots), even though I'm logged in as a user with admin rights.
I guess I haven't completely taken ownership of these files/folders? I believe I know how to do that on an individual basis, but there are hundreds of folders involved and I'd like to do a bulk edit that removes these security restrictions in one action.
Is that possible?
Thanks in anticipation.
In XP I used to be able to right click the Start button as a way to check if the logged on user had admin rights. If I saw "Explore All Users" I knew the user had admin rights.
i'm using the Domain Admin account on a new machine and i'm trying to run my WSUS client fix batch file and its erroring out as if i didn't have admin rights
mind you, this is the first time i'm using W7 in a domain environment (finally was able to upgrade some boxes) so i feel back in n00b status as i never really had to worry about it at home (not knowing admin rights that is).
sorry if this has been explained elsewhere, but i suck at searching and didn't find anything.
i just want the cheap and cheesy way of checking for admin rights ala XP please!
with the new windows 7 machines come new group policy settings to manage "domain admin" rights on local machines... You'll need to either install server 2008 and DCpromo it OR... You can add the patch to a 2003 DC in order to complete the NEW GPO for the windows 7 machines.
or just manaully add "Domain Admins" through: (control userpasswords2)
I have been looking for this answer for 2 days and can not find anyone who has had similair problem.
THere are 2 accounts Administrator and Kenmystro/administrator. I have the password for both and can access both. win 7 Ultimate Hp8510.
I have already selected all user permissions and taken ownership in every box I could find for Kenmystro/admin. the UAC is at minimum and the security centre is off. Run as admin on right click does not help.
It does not matter which of the 2 accounts I log into when I try install certain HP software(Maintenance
& some drivers) it says I do not have admin privileges.
This is driving me nuts can anyone help??
okay freshly into win now having obtained a new hdd for my comp I have been running as the admin of my computer since accounts became an unavoidable thing barring the occasional frustration-induced blunder I tend to stay Properly Paranoid in my habits to make sure I have no problems but win doesn't think that I could ever be intelligent enough to have full rights on any account other than the built-in admin account which of course I'd want to avoid using outside emergencies that render other accounts damaged somehow so I'm looking to find out how to make another user account with FULL admin rights not just the constantly have to get permission stuff that a standard snort admin account has full rights that don't involve constantly having to run as administrator yes yes I've heard people trying to get me more paranoid so that I'd endure the added hassles all it does is make me more irate with the situation so if noone's willing to provide me with instruction on this it's probably best for the thread to be left to fall off the board
I don't know what your problem is. To make another administrator account - Start - Control panel - User Account -
Manage another account - Create a new account - Give it a name - put a check mark for Administrator -
click - Create Account.
I am trying to change the folder properties of a applications folder from read only. I am doing this per instructions from the apps provider to prevent crashes.
When I go to change the permissions it states I need admin privileges. The only account I have on the box is the admin however I did change the name to something besides admin. The account is definitely an admin account.
Windows 7 64 bit
I think windows locked the temp folder from being accessed by any program without admin rights When opening a file from an archive with Winrar it just get extracted in the same folder before it is opened Is temp folder locked down for non UAC applications But goto WinRAR and File properties and then enable Run as Administrator in rights Acces Temp to folder Unable without admin Compatibility settings Everything works normal The file is extracted in Temp folder before getting opened Is temp folder locked down for non UAC applications And also MSI installers are shows up error until they are run as administrators through CMD We know msi installers gets extracted in temp folder and then installs Is temp folder locked down for non UAC applications Unable to Acces Temp folder without admin rights Is temp folder locked down for non UAC applications This has been happening since last one week So My question is this Did Windows stopped programs from accessing temp folder without admin rights Is it time to disable UAC Will Diasbling UAC affect system security
As for disabling the UAC if only you are using it while you fish around then no it will not affect security per se'.
As for the other stuff mate lest see what disabling does first.
Hi all I searched the net on how to overwrite or save over the host file in the C Windows System drivers etc folder but I cannot seem to make it work here I tried opening Notepad and run as administrator then file save rights/UAC file with off admin Unable to even host gt open the hosts file and then save but I keep getting access denied When I try overwriting the host file I keep getting this error You Unable to save host file even with admin rights/UAC off need permission from S- - - - - - - to make changes to this folder or if I try to delete the host file I get You need permission from SYSTEM to make changes to this file I tried editing permissions in the etc folder but its disabled even though I am using administrator account I tried this with UAC off as well I also tried logging in using Administrator account but same thing Who is this user I tried disabling Norton antivirus as well Can anyone please shed a light on how to solve this in windows
Have tried to take ownership of the Host file?
Take Ownership Shortcut
I am the only user on my laptop, which means I am the administrator on the computer. I am trying to install a script in indesign. I keep getting a message saying that I am not the administrator, and do not have rights to do so.l I've checked the User account settings, which all seem normal.
Just wondering is it is possible to leave admin status on a user account while removing the ability to make new accounts. Alternatively could one make a standard account have admin style(ie. altering files, running files as an admin/in admin mode, etc.) rights except the creation of new accounts? Just wondering if that is possible in Windows vanilla or with other software.
If this is answered elsewhere please just post link.
Thank you very much for your time.
It's not possible.
Administrator account are, by design, capable of doing anything, that's the idea of having them in the first place. There are a few ways of imposing restrictions on admin accounts, but being an admin means that the user can simply lift them himself.
The alternative you propose is quite possible, within the limits of normal user accounts. Any account can manage the files within his own profile at will, and change all his personal settings, but nothing else. To perform admin-only tasks, he can use UAC to elevate, where he must provide an admin user/password to gain his privileges temporarily (to be true, it's the admin who actually do that, but within a standard user session, this being the scenario where UAC shines).
What's your idea about this? What do you want to achieve?
I'm running Windows 8.1 (standard/ home edition) and can't download a couple .exe files. I get "You'll need to provide administrator permission to copy to this folder". errors. I'm the only user on this computer and have administrator access.
The file resides on mediafire and via my ipad I was able to manage to transfer it to dropbox, but I still get the same error. The filename (partial) is created but no further downloading is done.
I can't take ownership of the file-- it doesn't exist on my computer yet.
I can't change the local security policy (I understand this is only available in Win 8 Pro version).
UAC is already disabled as much as I can figure (via the slider set to never notify).
Short of setting up a super admin account (would this even work?), can anyone tell me how to fix this problem?
thanks in advance,
Where are you trying to download to? What is the full path?http://www.eightforums.com/general-support/47827-cant-download-exe-file-youll-need-provide-admin.html
Hi This will be my second time using this site and I found the last time to be very helpful but forgive me if I have forgotten a few things and let me know what I can do to make it easier for you to help I have read up on others discussing similiar issues as mine but the details on these posts required hijack this logs and I am concerned to follow those instructions to the T because I know this can be different for each pc I recently had a slew of viruses infecting my computer O S Windows after my daughter years started And Administrator Panel As Unable The To Other Rights Access Admin Control going to her tweeny bopper sites and playing games Unable To Access Control Panel And Other Admin Rights As The Administrator My computer became almost nonfunctional but I worked and clean and worked and ran numerous scans and finally got it clean to a point I can browse again comfortably and do my normal business online Well I decided that I wanted to take advantage and use theanitvurus suite and firewall my HSI service provides me but found I am unable to access anything needing administrative priviledges error quot This operation has been canceled due to restrictions in effect on this computer Please contact your system administrator quot Well I am the system administrator and I only have one other profile and I give it administrator rights I imagine since this only began after my numerous attempts to correct the problem myself using my allready installed antivirus AVG spybot search and destroy and adaware but I have a feeling something is still really wrong I am listing my hijack this log to see if it helps and forgive me again if I do this wrong Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v Scan saved at PM on Platform Windows SP WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v SP Boot mode NormalRunning processes C WINNT System smss exeC WINNT system winlogon exeC WINNT system services exeC WINNT system lsass exeC WINNT system svchost exeC WINNT system ZoneLabs vsmon exeC WINNT System svchost exeC WINNT system LEXBCES EXEC WINNT system spoolsv exeC WINNT system LEXPPS EXEC PROGRA COMMON AOL ACS AOLacsd exeC Program Files Grisoft AVG Anti-Spyware guard exeC PROGRA Grisoft AVG avgamsvr exeC PROGRA Grisoft AVG avgupsvc exeC PROGRA Grisoft AVG avgemc exeC WINNT system hidserv exeC Program Files Kodak Kodak EasyShare software bin ptssvc exeC WINNT system regsvc exeC WINNT system MSTask exeC WINNT system stisvc exeC WINNT wanmpsvc exeC WINNT System WBEM WinMgmt exeC WINNT system svchost exeC WINNT System svchost exeC WINNT Explorer exeC Program Files Common Files Logitech QCDriver LVCOMS EXEC Program Files Logitech ImageStudio LogiTray exeC Program Files Common Files AOL ee AOLSoftware exeC Program Files QuickTime qttask exeC Program Files Common Files InstallShield UpdateService issch exeC Program Files Zone Labs ZoneAlarm zlclient exeC Program Files Hewlett-Packard Digital Imaging Unload hpqcmon exeC Program Files Hewlett-Packard HP Share-to-Web hpgs wnd exeC Program Files Lexmark Series lxczbmgr exeC PROGRA Grisoft AVG avgcc exeC Program Files Lexmark Series lxczbmon exec Program Files Hewlett-Packard HP Share-to-Web hpgs wnf exeC Documents and Settings All Users Application Data AOL UserProfiles All Users antiSpyware dat updates aspapp sunsetAsp exeC Program Files AIM aim exeC Program Files WinZip WZQKPICK EXEC program files common files aol ee services antiSpywareApp ver AOLSP Scheduler exec program files common files aol ee aolsoftware exeC Program Files Yahoo Messenger YahooMessenger exeC Program Files internet explorer iexplore exeC Program Files internet explorer iexplore exeC Program Files Windows NT Accessories wordpad exeC PROGRA WINZIP winzip exeC Program Files Trend Micro HijackThis HijackThis exeR - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Start Page http www comcast net a cookieattempt R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Search URL http us rd yahoo com customize ie defaul www yahoo comR - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet... Read more
Welcome to the BleepingComputer HijackThis Logs and Analysis forum curlysinagainMy name is Richie and i'll be helping you to fix your problems.Download SDFix.exe and save it to your desktop:http://downloads.andymanchesta.com/RemovalTools/SDFix.exe* Double click on SDFix on your desktop,and install the fix to C:\ Please then reboot your computer into Safe Mode by doing the following:* Restart your computer* After hearing your computer beep once during startup, but before the Windows icon appears, tap the F8 key continually;* Instead of Windows loading as normal, a menu with options should appear;* Select the first option, to run Windows in Safe Mode, then press "Enter".* Choose your usual account.* In Safe Mode,go to and open the C:\SDFix folder,then double click on RunThis.bat to start the script.* Type Y to begin the script.* It will remove the Trojan Services then make some repairs to the registry and prompt you to press any key to Reboot.* Press any Key and it will restart the PC.* Your system will take longer that normal to restart as the fixtool will be running and removing files.* When the desktop loads the Fixtool will complete the removal and display Finished, then press any key to end the script and load your desktop icons.* Finally open the SDFix folder on your desktop and copy and paste the contents of the results file Report.txt into your next reply.If you have previously downloaded ComboFix,please delete that version now.WarningYou should NOT use Combofix unless you have been instructed to do so by a Malware Removal Expert. It is intended by its creator to be used under the guidance and supervision of an expert,not for private use. Using this tool incorrectly could render your system/pc inoperable.Now download Combofix and save to your desktop:Note It is important that it is saved directly to your desktop Close any open browsers.Double click on combofix.exe and follow the prompts. When it's finished it will produce a log. Post the entire contents of C:\ComboFix.txt into your next reply. Note Do not mouseclick combofix's window while it's running. That may cause the program to freeze/hang. Do NOT post the ComboFix-quarantined-files.txt unless I ask.NoteIn case your Antivirus or any other realtime scanner is displaying an alert after you downloaded Combofix or while you use Combofix,please disable your scanner and redownload Combofix again.Some scanners may see some combofix related components as suspicious and block or delete them while there's nothing wrong with them.Also post a new Hijackthis log please.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/124084/unable-to-access-control-panel-and-other-admin-rights-as-the-administrator/
In Win8 Pro x64 (and now with 8.1) shortly after installing Windows I couldn't run any installer from a web browser or by just double-clicking the file. I have to right-click and "Run as administrator"
The error messages vary but they all are variations on a theme of unable to access something.
I usually have UAC off but the UAC setting doesn't matter. I am an administrator. I am using Start8 and ModernMix if it matters. I've Googled and found nothing that worked but I don't remember exactly what I've tried.
This is how it is designed in Windows 8/8.1, the UAC is never complete disabled.
The only account which does not desire a password is the built-in administrator.
Built-in Administrator Account - Enable or Disable in Windows 8
Please find more information about the UAC here:
User Account Control (UAC) - Change Settings in Windows 8
It is not recommended to run the built-in Administrator and will come with limitation for example; not being able to use store apps.
So we have a fixed drive as its a dual drives in a HP when encrypting the second drive and testing unlocking with a standard user name it prompts for admin rights after entering the bitlocker password What can be done on group policy end to stop that from happening I don't want to have it auto lock beats the purpose of encryption security Best regards lt br gt lt br gt lt strong gt Joe C lt br gt lt strong gt Partner Online Technical Community lt br gt ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- lt br second on Unlocking account prompts user bitlocked rights standard a drive for Admin gt We hope you get value from our new forums platform Tell us what you think lt br gt lt a href quot http social microsoft com Forums en-US partnerfdbk threads quot gt lt span style quot color cc quot gt http social microsoft com Forums en-US partnerfdbk threads lt br gt lt span gt lt a gt ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ lt br gt This posting is provided amp Unlocking a second bitlocked drive prompts for Admin rights on standard user account quot AS IS amp quot with no warranties and confers no rights lt hr gthttps://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/e15fcd6c-f5d6-4a01-9c05-0a7319948e08/unlocking-a-second-bitlocked-drive-prompts-for-admin-rights-on-standard-user-account?forum=w7itprosecurity
I have created two new user accounts. The first I set up as a standard account, logged on, did a few things, then logged off, logged on as my administrator account and editted the account to be an administrator. When I log back on as this account, it appears that the user still does not have administrator privileges even though under the user it says "Administrator". For example, the UAC control does not appear when you click on "Change User Account Control Settings". Also, trying to install software where the installer asks for admin privileges fails. However, the second account created started as an adminstrator account and exhibits neither of these problems.
I just haven't seen anything in posts about this and wonder what the difference is and if there is anything that "second class" administrator user can do to become a "first class" administrator.
For example, the UAC control does not appear when you click on "Change User Account Control Settings". Also, trying to install software where the installer asks for admin privileges fails.
Does UAC control display a confirmation question? this is the case for administrator accounts
Does UAC control ask for username/password? This is the case for standard accounts
Change the account back (just for testing) to standard account. Does it ask for username/password when changing system settings?
system built-in admin account has admin rights always
manually made account with admin rights has only admin rights after you allow it in the UAC control popup.
manually made account without admin rights has only admin rights after you allow it in the UAC control popup (enter a admin's username and password).
That's how it should work
I am admin ( WIN 7 Pro 64 computer 4 years old): In admin user default account, any and ALL open, and .exe functions denied.
CMD right click 'run as admin' (net user admin etc.) has no effect. Checking all folders I show FULL permission. Right click 'run as admin' has no effect on any file.
Created new USER with ADMIN functions and all works in that account.
Q: How can I trouble shoot my normal ADMIN account (it has all of my 1000s of folders, programs etc.)
Q: Or how can I transfer all of my doc to my new user internally? (Without backup to external drive etc)
This happened after a Microsoft standard update weeks ago. I tried restore, but restore fails. By now I have done much on the computer and restore not an option.
I have not been able to open or run any program files.
Any help I would be grateful!
Wow. 2 days and not a single suggestion or reply?
Is this a really a simple common error? Is that why no replies? Or is there no help for it?
I searched the forums for hours over 2 days reading multiple posts and possible solutions and came up empty. Nothing applicable to my situation.
I have tried:
1. System restore. It always fails, even in SAFE mode or REPAIR mode.
2. Run as administrator (Both from right click and from CMD)
3. Sharing all folders (Although this ADMIN account has all privileges/permissions as it is anyway)
This created a 2nd ADMIN account. Don't know why.
4. Reset all privileges back to default settings.
Have not tried to re-install windows as I don't have a copy of Win 7. Plus I would like to avoid the reality of reinstalling so many programs and files.
Right now when the Original Admin user tries to run a .exe, I get a "Setup was unable to create the directory "...etc..." Error 5 access denied.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. It would at least get me moving trying some things. Thank you.
I have windows xp/professional sevice pack 3. since 01/09/2015, after start up a box displays 'user environment error- cannot load locally saved files ,it might be due to network provider or some else.' Also system restore does not take place. pl.help. Provide suitable & authentic solution. Thanks.
Hey all first post here I noticed some very bizarre behavior with the most recent slew of MS patches from August th Prior to the August th updates Guest users of our lab computers could plug in after Admin 14th a patches. user mount Requires Guest August rights. USB can'n drive a USB drive have XP SP fully patched to July recognize it and it be accessible from Explorer or My Computer After the August updates were applied it now asks from a username and password of an account that has Admin rights This never did this before so I am wondering what the heck is going on Event Viewer shows nothing it s not a Group Policy setting as nothing has changed on the Local Policy I Guest user can'n mount a USB drive after August 14th patches. Requires Admin rights. even disabled it and rebooted plus gpudate force If I give Admin rights to the Guest account it does work but Guest user can'n mount a USB drive after August 14th patches. Requires Admin rights. that is obviously not an option as the machines I m dealing with run with guest rights Anyone got Guest user can'n mount a USB drive after August 14th patches. Requires Admin rights. any insight or clue as to what s going on or how to remedy this other than uninstalling the patches Thanks for any tips and help nbsp
Have you tried setting the Guest up as Power Users? For the USB drive are you talking about thumb drives or flash drives? I ended up changing the drive letter (after plugging the flash into the USB) to X (you could use whichever letter you don't currently use) because students and teachers were having problems accessing their thumb drives. This solved the problem for us.
So here is an interesting problem I ran into after working on the family computer (I was away at college and just got back for break).
After removing all the viruses, I was left with a computer where both the main user account and the Admin account did not have Admin rights. I can log into the Administrator account, but I cannot do even the most simplest of things, such as open Control Panel. So, I am at a loss to fix this. So simply enough, how does one restore administrative rights to the admin account when it has lost them.
Windows XP Home SP2
Control Panel, and many related functions, along side with such things as leftclick->properties on My Computer do not work (It says privilege removed, contact admin).
Even the Help will not open.
Please download Trend Micro's HJTInstall.exe to your Windows Desktop.
Doubleclick HJTInstall.exe . The application will install by default to C:\Program Files\Trend Micro\HijackThis
Click on the Install button. A shortcut icon will be created on your Windows Desktop.
When the installation finishes, the HijackThis application will launch.
Click on the Do a system scan and save a log file button. When the scan is complete, a log file should open in notepad.
On the notepad document, click Edit>Select All>Edit>Copy and then paste the contents of the log file into your next reply to this thread.
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I am trying to carry out the steps in the Hijack this and malware removal instructions, but cannot get the Kaspersky scanner to run.
It says that I need Administrator privileges to install it.
I only have the one account on that machine, the Admin one.
User Accounts shows only the one admin account.
Any ideas how I get the rights back?
Computer is an HP Pavilion Laptop running XP pro SP2
try right clicking on it and selecting "run as admin"http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/148616/logged-in-as-admin-but-dont-have-admin-rights/
Okay, I'm very sure I set my account to be Admin, there's only one account anyway, yet W8 requests admin permission to do everything.
All because of this, I can't change the .ini of a game, I can't update Neverwinter Nights using the updater, I can't save .inis or .txts anywhere except documents...It's annoying.
I used to have W7 before, it never did this to me, but Windows 8 really deeply annoys me.
Now I'll be specific by saying that I only have "Windows 8", no Enterprise or Pro.
How can I make W8 stop nagging me everytime about admin rights? I AM an admin.
I took ownership of everything to get rid of the nag messages.
Someone else may have a better way...
Take Ownership - Add to Context Menu in Windows 8
I cannot do a few things that require admin rights but I the account I'm using is an admin account. I made a new account and gave it all privileges, admin, backup operations, helpservicesgroup, network configuration operations and replicator but even with all those rights this user can't get windows updates.
This is where I noticed the trouble, I wanted to go to windows updates and it gave me this error:
[Error number: 0x8DDD0002]
To install updates from this website, you must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the Administrators group on your computer. If you use Windows XP, you can see if you are an administrator by going to User Accounts in Control Panel.
Note: If your computer is connected to a network, network policy settings might also prevent you using this website. Contact your system administrator for help with updates. Click to expand...
Maybe this will help:
I have two Windows VMs, one Windows 7 and the other Windows 8. On both machines there is an account with administrative rights. On the Windows 7 VM if I run a DOS cmd window it is run with with administrative rights. However, on the Windows 8 VM the DOS cmd window has NO administrative rights.
Has anything changed between Windiws 7 and 8 in this respect?
Hello ndean, and welcome to Eight Forums.
It's the same in Windows 8.
Elevated Command Prompt - Open in Windows 8
Hope this helps,
I cannot open User Accounts in Control Panel, I keep getting ...
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Do you have a recovery restore install disc or partition?
You can try doing a repair or system file check...
Scan For Missing/Corrupt System Files...
Windows XP comes with a wonderful tool called System File Checker (SFC)
Itscans and verifies the versions of all protected system files after you restart your computer...
To Do This:
Click Start menu, and then click the Run icon.
In the small box that Opens, type the three letters: cmd then click the OK button.
In the command prompt window that just opened (a black background and white text), type the following command:
And then click OK
You must be logged on as a member of the Administrators group to run SFC..
You will need your Windows XP CD during this procedure if SFC needs to get an original file. Please remember that Windows XP can have multiple instances of a .DLL file and remember which version is for which program.
I have been asked if it is possible to have a "progress meter" show when SFC runs... This is the registry hack you need. PLEASE do not go messing with your registry if you do NOT know what you are doing!
System Key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
Value Name: SFCShowProgress
Data Type: REG_DWORD (DWORD Value)
Value Data: (0 = disabled, 1 = enabled)
Hi I am missing the run box and shut down from the start menu I was missing the task manager but I was able to restore it When I do windows r I get an error message that the command has been cancelled Run menu. start Shutdown, "cancelled by also Run from Missing admin" Solved: by the administrator Additionally I looked at the properties of the start menu Solved: Missing Shutdown, Run from start menu. Run also "cancelled by admin" and there is no option to check regarding the shut down function I read this advice on several forums Here is the hijack this log Thanks Alex Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v Scan saved at PM on Platform Windows XP SP WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v Boot mode Normal Running processes C WINDOWS System smss exe C WINDOWS system csrss exe C WINDOWS system winlogon exe C WINDOWS system services exe C WINDOWS system lsass exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS Solved: Missing Shutdown, Run from start menu. Run also "cancelled by admin" System svchost exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C Program Files Intel Wireless Bin EvtEng exe C WINDOWS Explorer EXE C Program Files Intel Wireless Bin S EvMon exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS system spoolsv exe C Program Files Common Files Authentium AntiVirus dvpapi exe C Solved: Missing Shutdown, Run from start menu. Run also "cancelled by admin" WINDOWS eHome ehRecvr exe C WINDOWS eHome ehSched exe C Program Files Intel Intel Matrix Storage Manager iaantmon exe C Program Files Common Files LightScribe LSSrvc exe C WINDOWS system HPZipm exe C Program Files Intel Wireless Bin RegSrvc exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS ehome mcrdsvc exe C WINDOWS system dllhost exe C WINDOWS System alg exe C WINDOWS ehome ehtray exe C Program Files Synaptics SynTP SynTPLpr exe C Program Files Synaptics SynTP SynTPEnh exe C Program Files Intel Intel Matrix Storage Manager iaanotif exe C WINDOWS stsystra exe C Program Files Motorola SMSERIAL sm hlpr exe C WINDOWS system igfxtray exe C WINDOWS system hkcmd exe C WINDOWS system igfxpers exe C WINDOWS system igfxsrvc exe C WINDOWS eHome ehmsas exe C Program Files Intel Wireless bin ZCfgSvc exe C Program Files Intel Wireless Bin ifrmewrk exe C Program Files iolo System Mechanic Professional SMSystemAnalyzer exe C Program Files Microsoft Office Office GrooveMonitor exe C Program Files Common Files Real Update OB realsched exe C Program Files iolo System Mechanic Professional AntiVirus ioloAV exe C WINDOWS V Mon exe C Program Files Common Files Ahead Lib NMBgMonitor exe C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe C Program Files Google GoogleToolbarNotifier GoogleToolbarNotifier exe C Program Files Intel Wireless Bin Dot XCfg exe C Program Files Creative Shared Files CamTray exe C Program Files Common Files Ahead Lib NMIndexStoreSvr exe C Program Files AIM aim exe C Program Files AIM aolsoftware exe C Program Files CW bin mpbtn exe C Program Files iolo System Mechanic Professional AntiVirus iAVEmailScanner exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Program Files utorrent utorrent exe C Documents and Settings Owner Gateway Desktop HiJackThis exe C WINDOWS system wbem wmiprvse exe R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Bar http www gateway com g sidepanel html Ch Retail amp Br GTW amp Loc ENG US amp Sys PTB amp M MX R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Page URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Search URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Start Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Search SearchAssistant http www gateway com g sidepanel html Ch Retail amp Br GTW amp Loc ENG US amp Sys PTB amp M MX R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explo... Read more
Edit: I fixed it. Turns out I didn't let the scans complete and that they really needed to be run from within the original user account, not a secondary one I had created after the infection. I was able to run the software from within the account by right-clicking on the shortcuts and then clicking Run as Admin. After letting the scans go all the way through, the problem was fixed.
I have a virus from virus protector which shuts down desktop and the administrator account. I can get access into the other user account but it needs an administrator account which i cannot access. Is there a way to get access to the administator account or to download a virus removal that does not need approval. Any help would be greatly appreciated. many thanks
My laptop only has one user account, mine, and its an admin. I tried messing aroudn with Homegroup but i turned it off and now i cannot do anything with my documents, i get the error "You require permissions from MYLAPTOP/TomHart etcetc..." but that user (as far as i know) is me.
1) How can i find out if thats my account or if for some reason mines changed/my documents owner has changed
2) Anyone know how i could fix this?
I tried using CMD running as admin and used TAKEOWN on the file but i still get the same error.
Im 95% sure its something to do with Homegroup cause before that it was fine, now its messed up.
Any help/advice appreciated
try this: Take Ownership Shortcuthttp://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/200141-require-admins-permissiosn-change-folder-but-i-am-admin.html
First off I wasn't sure where the best place to post this would be since UAC is supposed to be a owner, Access Denied" with as "File admin, Even and !!UAC!! permission security feature !!UAC!! "File Access Denied" Even with admin, as owner, and permission of windows I figured the security section would be best My apologies if I posted this in the wrong section OK to the problem Trying to simply copy paste a game dll file from a folder on a virtual iso drive to a folder on my main drive I get the error window titled quot File !!UAC!! "File Access Denied" Even with admin, as owner, and permission Access Denied quot with the following quot You need permission to perform this action You require permission from Everyone to make changes to this file quot Strange thing is this I also have this same dll file in another folder on my main drive but I get the same message with the permission requirement coming from my own user name Like in the title of my post I have taken ownership of all folders files in question am using the only admin account on this machine and have given my username quot full control quot permissions over said files folders Also for troubleshooting purposes I have disabled UAC completely and still get the error message One !!UAC!! "File Access Denied" Even with admin, as owner, and permission thing I will add that just came to mind which may of some help When I had installed win on this machine I was married and had user account that my wife and i used We split up and she had the computer for a while She changed the computers name and changed the username s When I got it back from her I re-changed the computer name and also the username s to different ones I hope all of this information is useful and thank all in advance for any help extended in my direction FIN
Best thing to do is a "clean" re-installation.... if the computer is your's now.http://www.sevenforums.com/system-security/288614-uac-file-access-denied-even-admin-owner-permission.html
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This has been happening for 7 months now, and i've had enough. spent over 70$ on games, which cant run because windows can't find firewall settings. Or it just cant find the file in the first place. Windows can run certain .exe files that were before this started happening, but any installer or program that could help fix is broken. I can run regedit, but it doesnt fix anything. Image - TinyPic - Free Image Hosting, Photo Sharing & Video Hosting for what the error looks like. I just spent 30$ on a game, but it doesnt let me connect to single player or online because it cant find battle eye. please help, i dont want to spend 1500$ for a new gaming computer. Thanks
More details about the problem pleasehttp://www.sevenforums.com/software/340716-windows-cant-find-any-exe-files-any-file-requires-admin.html
Hi I have Windows Home premium My question is regarding the quot events log quot found in Administrative tools I can clear every log nbsp in events under quot WINDOWS views" how Windows events admin "custom log? clear 7 to LOGS quot however the one I cant find a way Windows 7 "custom views" how to clear admin events log? to reset or clear is the one known as quot CUSTOM VIEWS quot the one that looks like a folder with a funnel on it This folder has a drop down icon that looks like a funnel with the name quot ADMINISTRATIVE EVENTS quot next to it When I click this it shows all the warnings and errors going way nbsp back to the day I origionally nbsp installed windows which was nbsp four months ago No one has come up with an answer to my question or clearly understands Windows 7 "custom views" how to clear admin events log? which log I am refering to How do I clear this part of the log Nothing I do shows any clear or delete options to remove those old way out of date error messages Is there a way to clear this part of the log and if so how is it done Thanks in advance
HiThe Administrative Events is a custom view and compilation of all the critical, warning, and other important events, from certain other logs in the Event Viewer. You would need to clear all of those other logs to clear the Administrative Events list.The easiest way to do this is to note the Source name of the event in the Administrative Events, expand the Applications and Service Logs\Microsoft\Windows Logs.Look for the folder with the Source name. Expand that folder, right click each of the logs under that folder and select the Clear option.Hope this helps.
Thank You for using Windows 7
Ronnie Vernon MVP
Hi, im running vista home premium. I am from Norway so excuse me for any bad grammar.(bad excuse:P)
anyways, i have encountered a problem, it goes like this, you probably know that sometimes you download old programs on vista, that doesn't work unless you right-click on the .exe and choose: "run as administrator"(sorry if that is not the exact phrase, because my PC is running Norwegian Mode.(stupid school PC :P ))
but i recently encountered the problem that when i right-clicked an .exe file it was no "run as administrator" option! and im quite desperate to get this program running, and it quits every-time i start it up again, i read on the program source site, that to run this exact program you had to push the "run as administrator" button.. so please, please help me...
What is the .exe file?
Can you zip it and attach to a post so I can test it?
I am configuring a newly built computer with Win fresh new full install Pro All had been going well until I tried to install Zone Alarm and found problems with it accepting and registering the license After a couple of chat sessions things pointed to Permissions issues At that point I did some reading and discovered that my default Administrator account was not active so I ran commands to fix that That still did not allow me to delete some of the Zone Alarm folders or to install? circumvent Permissions to "issues" with fresh Way admin have the license quot stick quot in the registry I also tried the following permissions quot fix quot for administrator Way to circumvent admin Permissions "issues" with fresh install? accounts but that did not help Enable the Administrator account and set its password Reboot into Safe Mode Log on as Administrator Click Start Type the three letters cmd Press Ctrl Shift Enter Run the process as Administrator Type the following commands and press Enter after each takeown f Q a r d y icacls Q t c grant administrators F System F quot UserName quot F Answer quot yes quot when prompted quot Are you sure quot Replace Q with the actual drive letter on the problem disk Administrator can amp t access folders in Windows - Microsoft Answers As I am not that far into software loading on the computer I thought I would do a complete reinstall unless anyone has a magic fix for the permissions problem Assuming a reinstall can fix this how do I assure that the default administrator account is active and my personal administrator account has in fact the full privileges that I would expect I had read one suggestion that only one administrator account should have full privileges and personal accounts should all be standard and I can see where that would be valuable for a domain but my computer is in my home on a small home LAN in the middle of nowhere so I don't want to go through changing to the administrator account every time I want to load a new program unless that strategy is the consensus of those on this forum Thanks Ken K
Do not so those steps - it will cause problems like infinite loops via virtualized folders.
Zone Alarm has caused problems for others using W7. The firewall that comes with W7 should be enough.
Hello All I'm delighted No to accounts change /Cannot Admin admin user account existing Access to have found you and after a long day of trying to help myself i am now requiring your much appreciated assistance please I'm not a techy person at all and am hoping someone can help Last week my husband purchased a new hp laptop which No Admin Access /Cannot change existing user accounts to admin account came with Windows On setup i used my No Admin Access /Cannot change existing user accounts to admin account microsoft account to login with a pin the account was setup as administrator No Admin Access /Cannot change existing user accounts to admin account thinking i could change things later About days later i added a standard user account for my husband with a microsoft account login with pin I wanted to make his the administrator account but thought i had better change mine to a standard account first My mistake Now i cannot change anything i have tried to use the cmd prompt to run as administrator - it asks for administrator permission and does not allow me to enter a password or yes I have tried all suggestions to enable the hidden windows account but all ask for the same permission I have tried to go to setup recovery troubleshoot advanced option system restore - it requests an administrator password and when i entered what i thought is mine it does not work Feeling a little Does anybody know anyway i can go back in time to start again or how do i access administrator rights as i really need to add programs etc Thank you for any help givenhttp://www.tenforums.com/user-accounts-family-safety/61945-no-admin-access-cannot-change-existing-user-accounts-admin-account.html
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version OS Version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack bit Processor Genuine Intel R CPU T GHz x Family Model Stepping Processor Count RAM Mb Graphics Card Mobile Intel R Express Chipset Family Mb Hard Drives C Total - MB Free - MB Motherboard Hewlett-Packard AD Antivirus Microsoft Security non-admin says remainig) days (30 System "activation account pending" info for Essentials Updated Yes On-Demand Scanner Enabled Hello Here s the problem at least I think it s a problem I have two account on my laptop an administrator account and a non-administrator account I just noticed today that when I open System Information under System Summary it says the following Administrative Account OS Name Microsoft Windows System info says "activation pending" (30 days remainig) for non-admin account XP Professional Version Service Pack Build OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation System Name MASTER- BF B C System Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard System Model HP Compaq nc RA AW ABA System Type X -based PC Processor x Family Model Stepping GenuineIntel Mhz BIOS Version Date Hewlett-Packard YCU Ver F SMBIOS Version Windows Directory C WINDOWS System Directory C WINDOWS system Boot Device Device HarddiskVolume Locale United States Hardware Abstraction Layer Version quot xpsp - quot User Name MASTER- BF B C Admin Time Zone Pacific Daylight Time Total Physical Memory MB Available Physical Memory MB Total Virtual Memory GB Available Virtual Memory GB Page File Space GB Page File C pagefile sys Non-administrative account OS System info says "activation pending" (30 days remainig) for non-admin account Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version Service Pack Build OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation Activation Status Activation Pending days remaining System Name MASTER- BF B C System Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard System Model HP Compaq nc RA AW ABA System Type X -based PC System info says "activation pending" (30 days remainig) for non-admin account Processor x Family Model Stepping GenuineIntel Mhz BIOS Version Date Hewlett-Packard YCU Ver F SMBIOS Version Windows Directory C WINDOWS System Directory C WINDOWS system Boot Device Device HarddiskVolume Locale United States Hardware Abstraction Layer Version quot xpsp - quot User Name MASTER- BF B C NonAdmin Time Zone Pacific Daylight Time Total Physical Memory MB Available Physical Memory MB Total Virtual Memory GB Available Virtual Memory GB Page File Space GB Page File C pagefile sys They are the same except for the line in red in the non-administrative account that says activation is pending Shouldn t they have the same info Can someone please help me with this Thanks psylock nbsp
Hello a few days ago my computer with XP Pro SP installed was infected with the malware quot XP Home Security quot and every attempt I ve tried to remove it from my computer has failed so far I noticed it first when I turned my computer on a few days ago a window for the fake antivirus program popped up upon start up and started quot scanning quot which told me had found numerous viruses AVG failed to load but Ad-Aware did and upon trying to open AVG the fake XP Home Security window pops up again instead of AVG which my Home Can't - "XP remove settings Security changed 2011" admin possibly I assume blocks AVG from even opening The same problem happens with Malwarebytes Upon trying to access the internet through Firefox leads me to a quot security warning quot page that the malware set up hijacking my browser It says that the browser could potentially give me viruses but allows me the option to continue quot unprotected quot but when I click the link to continue the security warning page reloads and to keep clicking the continue link reloads the security page ad nauseam Internet explorer is the only other browser on my computer and the same problem happens with that browser as Can't remove "XP Home Security 2011" - possibly changed my admin settings I m on a different computer now The program quot awr exe quot is the name of the window that pops up when the fake antivirus program Can't remove "XP Home Security 2011" - possibly changed my admin settings runs and ending that program in the task manager will close that window but the internet and program blocking continues Now when I start my computer programs that would normally Can't remove "XP Home Security 2011" - possibly changed my admin settings load at startup will fail to load completely inc Rocketdock Steam and almost any exe will not open at all giving me an error message that says quot Windows cannot access the specified device path or file You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item quot when I try to open the program It s not just antivirus programs that are affected by this as it gives me the error message when I try to open Firefox any games my Zune software or any Microsoft Office program among many other programs It also won t allow me to access quot msconfig quot or quot regedit quot I can still open Ad-Aware and CCleaner interestingly enough but Hijackthis won t open along with GMER fl xc exe or a registry editing program RRT exe dds exe WILL open however so hopefully the subsequent report will allow you to shed some light on my problem Thanks for taking the time to read this post I really appreciate it DDS Ver - - - NTFSx Run by Tony at on Tue Internet Explorer Microsoft Windows XP Professional GMT - Running Processes C PROGRA AVG AVG avgchsvx exe C WINDOWS system svchost -k DcomLaunch svchost exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe -k netsvcs C WINDOWS system svchost exe -k WudfServiceGroup svchost exe svchost exe C Program Files Lavasoft Ad-Aware AAWService exe C WINDOWS system spoolsv exe svchost exe C Program Files AVG AVG avgwdsvc exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe -k HTTPFilter C Program Files Microsoft LifeCam MSCamS exe C Program Files Nero Update NASvc exe C Program Files CDBurnerXP NMSAccessU exe C WINDOWS system nvsvc exe C WINDOWS system HPZipm exe C WINDOWS system PnkBstrA exe C Program Files RosettaStoneLtdServices RosettaStoneLtdController exe C Program Files RosettaStoneLtdServices RosettaStoneLtdServer exe C Program Files Alcohol Soft Alcohol StarWind StarWindServiceAE exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe -k imgsvc c Program Files Zune ZuneBusEnum exe C WINDOWS Explorer EXE C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe C Program Files AVG AVG Identity Protection Agent Bin AVGIDSAgent exe C Program Files AVG AVG avgnsx exe C Program Files AVG AVG avgemcx exe C Program Files Lavasoft Ad-Aware AAWTray exe C PROGRA AVG AVG avgrsx exe C Program Files AVG AVG avgcsrvx exe C Documents and Settings Tony Desktop dds com Pse... Read more
whenever i open any admin setting file ..i get this msg that "this operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system adminstrator. I watched some videos in youtube...but i am even unable to regedit or gpedit....pls help
From W2k Pro, I want to do admin tasks "behind the scene" on WXP Pro. And I'm using Remote Desktop Connection to do this operation. So how do I "advertise" WXP Pro as the "Terminal Server" on the LAN?http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/resolved-can-i-remotely-do-admin-tasks-behind-the-scene-61126.html
Windows 7 Home x32 - IE9 - The connection tab at the bottom of the dialogue box states "some settings are managed by your system administrator" and when I click on the LAN button, all options are grayed out.
1.) I have a administrator account.
2.) This version does not support GPEDIT.msc
3.) "control panel" registry key is empty under policies in both HKLM and HKCU
3.) Possible remnants from malware
So, here is what I want to accomplish:
1.) Remove the nag
2.) Restore the functionality of the LAN settings.
Thanks all !
Hello and welcome pmshopper mate try running these first and this order as it could e a glitch in the OS and malware as you mentioned it
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/433-disk-check.html < use the /f option in Option 2 ifnecessary
download from bleeping computer ? delete any rubbishthese find.
If these come up nothing then maybe download a copy of IE9 to Downloads or Desktop doesn't matter where really and then uninstall the one you have and reinstall the download.
My control panel is gone and when i try to access it says its restricted by the adim I see a LOT of people recently having these same exact problems I acutally get a popup occasionaly from the spyware itself im assuming telling me I have spyware and I need to download something Here is the file Ive run adaware spydoctor and all No saying Control Restrictions/Pop up Panel/Admin "spyware" this ohter stuff and nothing No Control Panel/Admin Restrictions/Pop up saying "spyware" seems to be working This is a common problem latley ive googled it and nobody knows what is going on I read somewhere it could be trojan killav but i dont know Logfile of HijackThis v Scan saved at PM on Platform Windows XP SP WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v SP Running processes C WINDOWS System smss exe C WINDOWS system csrss exe C WINDOWS system winlogon exe C WINDOWS system services exe C WINDOWS system lsass exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C WINDOWS System S EvMon exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C WINDOWS system ZCfgSvc exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccSetMgr exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccEvtMgr exe C Program Files Lavasoft Ad-Aware aawservice exe C WINDOWS system spoolsv exe C PROGRA COMMON AOL ACS acsd exe C Program Files Common Files Apple Mobile Device Support bin AppleMobileDeviceService exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccProxy exe C Program Files TOSHIBA ConfigFree CFSvcs exe C Program Files Symantec Client Security Symantec AntiVirus DefWatch exe C WINDOWS System DVDRAMSV exe C Program Files Common Files Microsoft Shared VS DEBUG MDM EXE C WINDOWS System RegSrvc exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared SNDSrvc exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe c Toshiba Ivp Swupdate swupdtmr exe C Program Files Symantec Client Security Symantec AntiVirus Rtvscan exe C Program Files Symantec Client Security Symantec Client Firewall SymSPort exe C WINDOWS system wdfmgr exe C Program Files Viewpoint Common ViewpointService exe C WINDOWS wanmpsvc exe C WINDOWS Explorer exe C WINDOWS system printer exe C Program Files TOSHIBA Touch and Launch PadExe exe C Program Files TOSHIBA TOSHIBA Zooming Utility SmoothView exe C Program Files Common Files Symantec Shared ccApp exe C WINDOWS System spool DRIVERS W X E FATI HA EXE C Program Files Hp HP Software Update HPWuSchd exe C Program Files iTunes iTunesHelper exe C Program Files TOSHIBA TOSCDSPD toscdspd exe C Program Files AIM aim exe C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe C Program Files Ares Ares exe C Program Files Messenger msmsgs exe C Program Files Cisco Systems Clean Access Agent CCAAgent exe C Program Files Viewpoint Viewpoint Manager ViewMgr exe C WINDOWS system wscntfy exe C WINDOWS System XConfig exe C Program Files iPod bin iPodService exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Documents and Settings Adam Petersen Local Settings Application Data Trend Micro HCMS checkup en-US checkup exe C Documents and Settings Adam Petersen Local Settings Application Data Trend Micro HCMS checkup en-US checkupsvc exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Program Files WinRAR WinRAR exe C DOCUME ADAMPE LOCALS Temp Rar EX HijackThis exe R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Page URL http toshibadirect com R - HKCU Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Local Page blank htm R - Default URLSearchHook is missing F - REG system ini Shell Explorer exe C WINDOWS system printer exe O - Toolbar My amp Search Bar - D D -F E - ad- A - ECE AC - C Program Files MyWay myBar bin MYBAR DLL O - Toolbar AOL Toolbar - DE C F- - A - B-AA ED D - C Program Files AOL AOL Toolbar aoltb dll O - Toolbar Yahoo Toolbar - EF BD -C FB- D - F- D F - C Program Files Yahoo Companion Installs cpn yt dll O - Toolbar amp Google - C B - - d - B - A CD F - c program files google googletoolbar dll O - HKLM Run PadTouch C Program Files TOSHIBA Touch and Launch PadExe... Read more
The exact error i get is:
Windows Security Alert
Warning! Potential Spyware Operation!
Your computer is making unauthorized copies of your system and Internet files. Run full scan now to pervent any "unathroised" (true spelling) access to your files! Click YES to download spyware remover...
Hello I am running windows x I have a password for my main account which is an admin account When I enter the password and hit enter the quot Welcome quot screen "welcome" minute only admin at 2 hang on account. screen, stares at me for about minutes before going to the desktop I can not figure out why this happens I have tried the quot don't use a solid color background quot fix I have tried unplugging all unnecessary USB devices I have unchecked ALL of the items in startup services I created a new user account that is not an admin account and has no password When I select this account at startup the quot welcome quot 2 minute hang at "welcome" screen, only on admin account. screen only appears for - seconds and then goes to the desktop Why would my admin account hang so long on the welcome screen but my other use account does not Both accounts have the same drivers and applications installed Any thoughts I've been through a hundred forums and have tried all the usual fixes with no positive results
What happens when you run your admin account without the password?http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/121864-2-minute-hang-welcome-screen-only-admin-account.html
What can cause the Administrator account to be denied access to files? I thought the whole point of the admin account was to have access to all files "just in case" if for no other reason.
The situation (you don't HAVE to read past this point:)
I awoke this morning to a BSoD caused by idechndr.sys. Uninstalling Intel Application Accelerator seems to have solved the problem.
Before that, however, I could only load via Save Mode through the Administrator account (which makes sense), but when I tried accessing the "Documents and Settings" files for my personal account through the Admin, I was denied access. The folder appeared to be empty (but with access denied, that makes sense as well.)
Solving the BSoD fixed this oddity as well (and all of my personal account files/settings were still there.) But how or why would this sort of thing happen?
When you are logged in as Admin, you don't always have access to the files under another user account - Administrator is a separate account. It's like you and I sharing a computer, I don't have access to your files and you don't have access to mine. I think you might be able to view the other user's files if both user names aren't password protected, I don't remember off hand.http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/solved-curiosity-and-quot-access-denied-and-quot-to-admin-601215.html
I've recently noticed that when running many Windows programs with Administrator privileges that the UAC window that pops up displays the publisher as Unknown.
I can confirm from another PC that in the case of Command Prompt the publisher should display as Microsoft Corporation.
What could be causing this? Have I altered a Windows setting that resulted in this behaviour or is this indicative of malware or remote influence?
My router is password protected and I regularly run full system scans with a reputable, subscription-based anti-virus.
If this isn't related to windows settings and incorrect configurations then what could be causing this?
Thanks for your advice.
Did you run updates just before it happened?
Windows System Executable Give UAC Prompt Showing Unknown Publisher Solved - Windows 7 Help Forums
This happened tonight Thur Dec I clicked a link wrong and it downloaded and ran a file that when i hit CTRL ALT DEL a message appears that quot System Admin has disabled that function quot Also My documents would not open and control panel would not open After that i pulled the plug and shut down as DEL gives "system message admin CTRL + + disabled..." ALT my wireless router I then restarted or times until it would let me into the help section to get to the system restore function i was able to system restore back to Mon Dec this seemed to solve the problem for now but i know i still have the file on my computer i had hijackthis installed already and ran a scan Here are the results Is there anything to still worry about Thank You Logfile of HijackThis v Scan saved at PM on Platform Windows XP SP WinNT MSIE Internet Explorer v Running processes C WINDOWS System smss exe C WINDOWS system winlogon exe C WINDOWS system services exe C WINDOWS system lsass exe C WINDOWS system svchost exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C WINDOWS system LEXBCES EXE C WINDOWS system spoolsv exe C WINDOWS system LEXPPS EXE C Program Files Gateway EzTune DTSRVC exe C Program Files ewido security suite ewidoctrl exe C Program Files Common Files Microsoft Shared VS Debug mdm exe C WINDOWS system HPZipm exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C Program Files Linksys Wireless-G PCI Wireless Network Monitor WLService exe C Program Files Linksys Wireless-G PCI Wireless Network Monitor WMP Gv exe C WINDOWS Explorer EXE C Program Files Lexmark X -X lxbbbmgr exe C Program Files Common Files Real Update OB realsched exe C Program Files Lexmark X -X lxbbbmon exe C WINDOWS SOUNDMAN EXE C Program Files CTRL + ALT + DEL gives message "system admin as disabled..." Portrait Displays Pivot Software wpctrl exe C Program Files Gateway EzTune DTHtml exe C CTRL + ALT + DEL gives message "system admin as disabled..." WINDOWS system ctfmon exe C PROGRA MI AA wcescomm exe C Program Files Linksys EasyLink Advisor LinksysAgent exe C PROGRA MI AA rapimgr exe C Program Files HP Digital Imaging bin hpqtra exe C Program Files Portrait Displays Pivot Software floater exe C Program Files HP Digital Imaging bin hpqSTE exe C WINDOWS System svchost exe C Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore exe C Program Files Microsoft Money System urlmap exe C Program Files Hijackthis HijackThis exe R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Page URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Default Search URL http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Search Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId R - HKLM Software Microsoft Internet Explorer Main Start Page http go microsoft com fwlink LinkId O - BHO no name - FDD B - D - ffb- - B AD ACC - C Program Files Microsoft Money System mnyviewer dll O - HKLM Run Lexmark X -X quot C Program Files Lexmark X -X lxbbbmgr exe quot O - HKLM Run TkBellExe quot C Program Files Common Files Real Update OB realsched exe quot -osboot O - HKLM Run QuickTime Task quot C Program Files QuickTime qttask exe quot -atboottime O - HKLM Run SoundMan SOUNDMAN EXE O - HKLM Run AOLDialer C Program Files Common Files AOL ACS AOLDial exe O - HKLM Run HostManager C Program Files Common Files AOL ee AOLSoftware exe O - HKLM Run IPHSend C Program Files Common Files AOL IPHSend IPHSend exe O - HKLM Run PivotSoftware quot C Program Files Portrait Displays Pivot Software wpctrl exe quot O - HKLM Run DT Task C Program Files Gateway EzTune DTHtml exe -startup folder O - HKCU Run Microsoft Works Update Detection C Program Files Microsoft Works WkDetect exe O - HKCU Run ctfmon exe C WINDOWS system ctfmon exe O - HKCU Run Skype quot C Program Files Skype Phone Skype exe quot nosplash minimized O - HKCU Run H PC Connection Agent quot C PROGRA MI AA wcescomm exe quot O - HKCU Run EasyLinkAdvisor quot C Program Files Linksys EasyLink Advisor LinksysAgent exe quot star... Read more
Hi, Log looks OK, but Hijackthis does not show all malware....
What is the antivirus program you use?
If you don't have one, you need to get one....there are several decent free antivirus programs available. You do have Ewido...for spyware, that is not what I am referring to.
You should have a full antivirus program running.
If this is the fault of going back with System Restore, then you need to reinstall the antivirus...let us know.
Just tried to save change in a program I was working in when a pop-up box appeared telling me the "system administrator wouldn't allow this change". Lost all my work Checked under my computer/control panel/users and passwords and there is now:
user name group
jan (me) administrators
every option is grayed out and I can't change anything. I don't remember ever seeing anyone there but me. Can anyone tell me what happened and does someone have access to my system?
try logging on as admin,when you get in turn off the guest account you may not have given yourself admin rights
to log in as admin
hold the ctrl-alt key and press del twice
this will bring up the admin log on window
I have only one user account on my laptop (Windows 7) and naturally it is an administrator account.
But when trying to install new software, more often than not, I get a message saying I need to be logged in under an administrator account to continue. Not always but far too often.
For example, today I was simply trying to run my printer setup which I have done at least twice before and it tells me I need to be logged in as an admin.
I have logged out and back in and rebooted repeatedly to no avail.
UAC - try disabling it then do what you need to do: Turn User Account Control on or off
Turn back on when done if you want.
My system was doing fine, until I downloaded a free trail of Kaspersky. After the download things in my system started not to read certain programs examples:
~WHEN I TRY TO GO TO MY SYSTEM RESTORE THE WINDOW POPS UP BUT THE INFORMATION IS NOT DISPLAYED
~WHEN I LOG INTO YAHOO, WHEN IMing I CAN NOT SEE THE WORDS IN THE WINDOW AFTER SOME ONE HAS ENTERED TEXT (i have uninstalled and reinstalled this program)
Basically anything that i try to get into that needs "ADMINISTRATOR" permission its saying "ACCESS DENIED ERROR OCCURRED WHLE ATTEMPTING TO CHANGE A SERVICE. YOU MAY NEED TO LOG ON USING AND ADMIN ACCOUNT TO MAKE THE SPECIFIED CHANGES"
I think there is some spyware that is not being detected or something..... CAN SOOOME ONEEEEEEEE PLEASE HELP *smiles*
As a general rule of thumb, is it best to install all new software using the "run as administrator" option?
yes if you trust the program you are going to install...http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/103004-should-i-use-run-admin-option-when-i-install-new-software.html