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Q: cant uninstall programs says need admin access but i am the admin

I've been trying to remove all my sims 3 games cause they aren't working they are saying version 0.0.0.0 but my computer tells me i have insufficient access please contact system administrator, I'm the only one that uses this computer and I am the administrator Ive been trying to uninstall it for weeks now and have tried force uninstall programs as well can anyone please help me?

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A: cant uninstall programs says need admin access but i am the admin

Did you try the free version of Revo Uninstaller?

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Hey,

So just under a week ago, I wanted to disable the C drive for my kids so I changed te perms to everything disallowed then cancelled it 5 seconds in, then only allowed read. Now I want to change this back but i can't do so, can't even get into Backup and restore because System32 is locked.

I have no way of imaging it to original state. Any way, I can get it back to before? Do I need to boot from Linux? I would much prefer doing something inside of Windows or doing a system repair from boot.

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I'm having some issues with my upgrade to win system me Programs asking passwords and for admin user admin Programs that need elevated access are now asking me for both the Sys Admin and my local admin password Of course the sys admin has no password and my local admin does So no matter what I do I get it wrong Earlier today I was trying to reset the tiles in my start menu to default I followed directions I found on the web activated the sys admin account went to the sys admin account the users app data tabletray But I kept getting the error that something quot was already in use quot and I couldn't copy all the files I went ahead Programs asking me for system admin and user admin passwords and pasted what I had in my local admin and standard user account then I disabled the sys admin account Now some programs icons I installed earlier today have disappeared I have to go to an admin account to gain access and turn them on MSI afterburner And any program that needs Programs asking me for system admin and user admin passwords admin access I'm not sure if I'm giving it access or it's just starting without admin access Seems like the next time I re-boot or log off I have to do it all over again when a program asks for elevated access it shows sys admin account AND local admin account above the password box Is that normal I could have sworn it only had my local admin account listed before If I have to re-install where do I Programs asking me for system admin and user admin passwords get the free win upgrade again are those files saved on my pc

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A:Problems - Admin Permissions / App Install / UAC, Admin can't access Public files

Helloooooo??? Anybody out there?

I'd really appreciate any help you can offer me.

[UPDATE] incidentally, since writing this I have been able to install a couple of other small apps (but have also run into the same problem on a couple of others).

Thanks
Buck

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Hi

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.

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A:[SOLVED] Access denied to C disk and lost admin rights to system admin account

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

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A:Cannot run any Admin programs, Access Denied on C:\

I don't have a solution but I found a page with similar issues that may shed some light:
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/d14731ec-4f0e-4ef8-9aac-028dd7104e0e/file-permissions-in-windows-7-take-ownership-reports-success-but-i-cant-access-my-files?forum=w7itprosecurity


Edit: By the way, it is noted on the utility that takes ownership via a Context Menu command, not to take ownership of C: in its entirety. You can do things like take ownership of C:\Program Files folder, if you are the only user on the system. But taking ownership of the entire C:\ partition causes problems.

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A:Admin installs programs... how do users access them?

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you need to access the all users folder (in the Documents and settings folder) and place the application shortcuts either on the desktop or in the start menu. with the shortcuts in that folder all users who log in will have access to them. You can also place different application shortcuts in each users profile so they only have access to them.
 

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A:admin stuff: Users' access to programs

There's a couple of ways to do this.

1) You can set up policies to deny the application the access to run.

2) You can deny the user access to the application or its folder(s)

The policies are invisible, the app just won't run. The deny on the application is very visible, with a nice big Access Denied flag being waved. The deny will override his administrator access for that particular application.

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A:Provide access to programs without admin authentication

Those probably are old programs built before Win 7 or Vista came out. Try the compatibility mode settings. Right click on program exe and select Properties, then Compatibility tab.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/provide-access-to-programs-without-admin-authentication.941842/
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A:How do I unlock admin with no admin access

WinInternals Locksmith or reinstall

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A:Admin account stopped being admin even when admin is checked!

Welcome
Should be easy, create a New Administrator account and give it permissions to use the software.
User Account - Create
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...rs-groups.html
Procedure for Seven is the Same as For Vista.

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A:of win7, admin rights, admin accounts, and real admin accounts

I don't know what your problem is. To make another administrator account - Start - Control panel - User Account - 
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http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/517811/of-win7-admin-rights-admin-accounts-and-real-admin-accounts/
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Hi. When a computer is first setup, the account created is an administrative one. What happened to this account?

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A:Prevent Admin Accounts From Changing Other Admin Account Passwords In Xp!

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A:Google Earth won't install - admin privileges required (I am admin)

Hello and welcome!

Sometimes you have to run the installation file and deliberately make it "Run as Administrator" by right clicking on the downloaded file and selecting this option. Not sure if this is the case with Google Earth but worth a try.

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A:Windows 10 admin password reset or new account with admin rights

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A:change guest login to admin or figure out admin password

you cant change an admins pw from a guest account....at all

only way to change the admin pw is to boot to safe mode and enter the sys admin account or use a hacking program iso which you can find easily but use at your own risk....

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A:local admin account with no permit to edit other admin accounts

Local admin account by definition has access to everything and even if it doesn't it can take ownership and give itself the rights. In other words i am not sure that you can achieve what you
are trying to do.



I would suggest create a single shared local admin account and give it your desktop admins, change the password every 60-90 days to keep it more secure. This is common practice in many
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http://www.dannyeckes.com/create-local-admin-group-policy-gpo/

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A:I need admin permission to delete/move file (but I'm both admin/owner)

Take a look on the properties of the folder see if you have an unblock button . If you do click on it .

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A:Cannot uninstall a app...no admin rights

Hi iknowjohnny, Have you tried taking ownership of the file ? Take Ownership Shortcut

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A:Transferring Standard (Admin) Account to Hidden Admin?

Hello milw0rm, and welcome to Eight Forums.

You could use the tutorial below to elevate your standard administrator account to have the same elevated rights as the built-in elevated Administrator account.

Be warned though, that all Metro Store apps and the Store will not work in an elevated account.

User Account Control (UAC) - Elevate Privilege Level - Vista Forums

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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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.

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A:How to get Uninstall to enforce Admin Priv?

Download and install Revo Uninstaller Download Revo Uninstaller Freeware - Free and Full Download, right-click and select Run as administrator.

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A:Admin acount no longer has admin privileges?

Hello iroden.

Check out my recent other post for a similar matter
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A:New 8.1 account set as Admin, but doesn't work as Admin

Have You taken ownership of them?
This should work in windows 8.1 too. It works in My Windows 8.
Take Ownership of a File or Folder
Read the directions.

 
An administrator can take ownership of any file on the computer.

 
Good Luck
Roger

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A:My Admin user name is corrupted so now PC has NO admin privileges

See Built-in Administrator Account - Enable or Disable about enabling the built-in admin account. Once you get it set up I would take a system image with third party software (aomei, eg) so you have a fallback.

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A:admin user lost some admin rights

  
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?
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A:Admin wants to share a directory with non-admin users

NTFS Folder Permissions

I'm thinking if you create a symbolic link in C:\Users\Public you may be able to let the kids go directly to the shared folder. Perhaps then you can deny Traverse permission to block the parent folder. But I haven't done it myself.

Stoik Joker,who has the NTFS permissions page in the above link, is also a regular poster on DonationCoder.com. You may be able to ask for clarifications there. And of course someone with SysAdmin type experience may chime in here.

If you succeed using external info please post the solution.

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A:WinUpdate made Admin act as no admin privileges available?

Addendum :

Managed to create a new Admin-level user.
No go. Same problem. Will not run anything - not enough permissions?!

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Oh and UAC is switched off too.

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A:Can only run programs as admin

This is probably going to seem rather stupid of a question but have you disabled UAC?

To disable it on Win7 : Disable UAC in Windows 7

to disable it in Vista : Disable User Account Control in Windows Vista

If you haven't already tried that, try disabling it and rebooting.
UAC is User Account Control. It's that window that pops up every time you try to run anything asking "Are you sure you want to allow this to run?"

Sometimes disabling that can fix A LOT of admin power related issues.
Sorry if this doesn't help you at all, but it's fixed problems for me in the past.

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A:'run as admin' only for all programs

also, thought I'd mention that I know I've had a browser hijacker (I think it's called). Every time I Google something, and then click on the link, I'm taken to a page that has similar info, but not to the same address that is under the link on Google. Thanks so much for your help!!
 

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A:32 bit programs require admin to run

Hi and welcome to TSF try creating a new account and see if it replicates there or not

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A:Running ALL Programs as Admin

Its called User Account Control (UAC)

Go to "Control Panel"
Then "User Accounts and Family Safety"
Then "User Accounts"
Then "Turn User Account Control on or off"
Then "Untick" Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer

It will wont to restart

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A:Non admin users in Win 2k cannot run programs

I have found the answer myself! Actually with a little help from Ansys Tech Support.
Log on as Administrator:
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A:Cant install programs because says im not Admin, but I am

Exact error message...a screenshot would do.

System manufacturer and model?

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A:Some programs will only work if run as admin

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A:DOS Cmd run with admin rights if run from admin account?

Hello ndean, and welcome to Eight Forums.

It's the same in Windows 8.

Elevated Command Prompt - Open in Windows 8

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Try to create new user with admin rights and see, if same issue happens there.

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A:Domain Admin vs Local Admin

Why should users have admin credentials in the first place? Why are you letting them install applications? Or change settings? Your setup makes no sense what so ever.

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A:Admin user has no admin rights?

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
 

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There should be an admin account with full rights that was created when Windows was installed but it is usually only available when booting into safe mode. When safe mode starts, he should see an admin account and his account. Have him select admin and then go to control panel, user accounts. There he should be able to set up accounts and change the rights on existing accounts

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A:Windows 8 wants Admin rights, but I AM an admin

I took ownership of everything to get rid of the nag messages.
Someone else may have a better way...

A tutorial---

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A:Logged in as admin but have no admin rights

Maybe this will help:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316524
moper
 

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A:Windows says I don't have admin controls. But I AM the admin!

Welcome to TSG LadyMissie

There are a plenty of ways to retrieve the activation key unless the installed version of XP is pirated/ illegitimate. Here are a few articles that will help you out in doing so:

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A:Am admin but not admin need to download .dll file

Hi Frankenddude, welcome to the Seven Forums.

A normal user account with administrator rights is not the same than built-in administrator account. The built-in administrator, sometimes also called as Super User, is the most powerful of all different user accounts in Windows, and because a normal user could do some serious harm if he was always using this account, it's by default disabled. This tutorial tells you more: Built-in Administrator Account - Enable or Disable

However, you can temporarily use these super rights by launching a program by right clicking its icon and selecting Run as administrator from the context menu. For instance if you want to extract a zipped packet to some of the protected folders like Program Files or Windows, start the application you use for extracting (WinRAR, WinZip etc.) by right clicking its shortcut or icon, select Run as administrator and then use the applications menus to bring the packet you want to extract to application, then extract it where you want to. Running WinRAR for instance as an administrator let's you to extract packets wherever you want to.

If the packet is a self-extracting exe, just right click it and select Run as administrator.

Kari

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A:How can I prevent one Admin from deleting another Admin??

Not sure how this is network or sharing related but it should be noted that the built-in Administrator can never be deleted only deactivated. It is strongly advised to only activate it when necessary.

You should only allow users Admin access if you wish them to have full control of that machine. The only possible way I can think of is to restrict access via group policy to that one Administrator so that it cannot change what you don't want it to.

Group Policy - Apply to a Specific User or Group

Please understand that even this isn't perfect and they may be able to bypass it via a command prompt therefore it may be worth restricting access to the command prompt. That being said if you want that much restriction then the account in question should really be a standard user.

Josh

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/304368-how-can-i-prevent-one-admin-deleting-another-admin.html
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A:Program blocked by Admin, but I am Admin

Hello, Qrush007! Let's start with some important instructions:
Last, but not least, be patient. I know it is very stressful to have a computer with a potential malware infection, but unfortunately it will take some time to get to your topic. We will, though, get to you and attempt to resolve your issues to the utmost of our ability.
Avoid installing or uninstalling programs during the malware removal process, because doing so can cause discrepancies between the information in different log files created by different programs at different times.
Do NOT run tools such as Combofix unless instructed by a BleepingComputer staff member. These tools can break your computer if used improperly, so you should only run them if you know what you are doing or if the person who told you to use Combofix knows what they're doing.
If you want to, you should back up all important documents and files to an external storage device or online file backup service. Malware infections--and attempts to fix them--can prevent your computer from booting up, making your files unaccessable; this means that backing up your files to an USB flash drive or to an online service like Dropbox before attempting to remove malware is a good idea.
Step 1: Rkill
 
Please download Rkill by Grinler. Save it to your desktop.
Run the program. If you are using Windows Vista, you should right click the program and select "Run as administrator".
A Black DOS box should appear; this indicates that the program is functioning.
The program will generate a log file on your desktop. Post the contents of that file in your next reply.
Do not restart your computer until the other steps are finished.
 
Step 2: Please download MiniToolBox by Farbar, and save it to your desktop.
 
Run the program. Please select the following options:
 
Flush DNS
Report IE proxy settings
Reset IE proxy settings
Report FF proxy settings
Reset FF proxy settings
List content of Hosts
List installed programs
List restore points
After the program finishes its job, it will create a log file called "Result.txt" on your desktop. Post the contents of that file in your next reply.
 
Step 3: Run ESET online scanner
 
Using Internet Explorer, navigate to http://www.eset.com/us/online-scanner-popup/ (If you used another web browser, such as Firefox, you will have to download an installer file)
Read through the program's terms of use. If you agree with it, check the checkbox which confirms that you accepted the program's terms of use. If you do not agree with its terms of use, then notify me and I can find another virus cleaning solution for you.
Accept any security warnings which may appear.
Click on the advanced settings part, and select "Scan for potentially unsafe applications","remove found threats", and "Scan archives".
Check "scan for potentially unwanted applications".
Click "start".
Eset will download updates and scan your computer; this may take a few minutes to a few hours.
When the scan completes, click "list threats".
Click "Export", and save the log file to your desktop.
Post the contents of the log file to your next forum post. Please note that if ESET does not detect anything, it may not necessarily generate a log file.
Step 3: Please download AdwCleaner by Xplode, and save it to your desktop.
 
Click on the "scan" button.
The tool will scan your computer for adware; this may take a few minutes.
After the scan has finished, click on the "Report" button. A logfile, AdwCleaner[R0].txt, will show.
After viewing the log, close the log file window. View the list of adware detections, and uncheck ones that you do not want to remove(i.e. the ones which you're sure to be benign).
Press the "Clean" button. You will be requested to restart your computer.
After restarting your computer, a log file called AdwCleaner[S0].txt will show. Post the contents of that log file in your next reply.

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A:Logged In As Admin, But Don't Have Admin Rights

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/
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Info:
Windows XP Home SP2
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A:Admin rights for Admin account?

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.
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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.

>>Please-Do Not use the Analyze This button-the results can be dangerous if misinterpreted.
>>Please-Do Not have HijackThis 'fix' anything yet. Most of what if finds will be harmless or even required.

 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/admin-rights-for-admin-account.654522/
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A:Troubles installing some programs, although i'm admin

Some BIOSs allow for creating a System Admin password. Might be worth a check.

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/241091-troubles-installing-some-programs-although-im-admin.html
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A:[SOLVED] Can't run any programs which need admin privileges.

Push your UAC Control up and reboot - See if that invokes the prompt?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/solved-cant-run-any-programs-which-need-admin-privileges-650569.html
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A:Admin rights required for programs?

Welcome to TSG....

There is a way to get on-line and use the computer as a low-admin account while on-line and then when off-line the windows reverts back to full admin.

Called dropmyrights found at:

http://nonadmin.editme.com/DropMyRights
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/admin-rights-required-for-programs.676108/
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Hi,

(Sorry if this overlaps w my thread in Hijack This) -
I am the only admin on a laptop shared by several people including a teenager who is not very responsible. I have a user account w admin privileges as well as the Administrator account. I have noticed that when I change a program, eg upgrade Firefox, on the user/admin account that the Administrator account Firefox doesn't change. Is this normal? Does it mean effectively that things like Windows Updates are user-specific?

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I have an HP laptop, run Win XP Pro SP2 fully up to date, Firefox 95% of the time, Kaspersky, Spybot Search and Destroy, SnoopFree, Winpatrol (but last 2 just added last few days). Thanks.

A:Admin - if I change programs are everyone's changed?

It will vary based on the program. Windows updates is a system-wide thing, but I believe this will only run for Administrators. Firefox keeps everything separate so addons and updates for one user don't affect the rest. Most antivirus programs will update for the whole system as well as scan the whole system for viruses. Some older ones, however, may not allow a full scan in a limited account.

BMR777

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A:Cant open any admin files/programs, please help!

I am guessing you are running Windows 8, if you got a red screen.  Really need to know the error that came up when your system crashed, by downloading "Who Crashed", and posting the results from the dump log from when your system crashed.
 
Fyi, you need to post what OS you are running, what version of FF, what game or program you were using when the system crashed, etc., in order to get better help.  Just stating that your system crashed, and now everything is fine, is like walking into the doctor's office, and telling them that you had a bad sinus infection, but it is gone now, and then trying to get them to prescribe you medication for clearing something up that has gone away.

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Don
 

A:WIN XP PRO: Some Programs Requires Admin Privileges to run

Basics....

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/pro/using/howto/security/accesscontrol.asp
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/win-xp-pro-some-programs-requires-admin-privileges-to-run.118367/
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Another problem with my HP p6823w.
With Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

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I have tried everything.

Thanks in advanced,
CProgrammer3088

A:Admin account can't install MSI programs.

 
Hi CProgrammer3088,
 
My name is Sampad C and I work for the Social Media and Community Team at Dell.
 
Step 1:
Run the software setup file as an administrator and check if it helps.
a. Right click on the setup file of the software that you are trying to install.
b. Select "Run as administrator".

Step 2:
Temporarily disable the antivirus software running on the computer and check if you are able to install the software.

Disable antivirus software
Warning:
Antivirus software can help protect your computer against viruses and other security threats. In most cases, you shouldn't disable your antivirus software. If you have to temporarily disable it to install other software, you should re-enable it as soon as you're done. If you're connected to the Internet or a network while your antivirus software is disabled, your computer is vulnerable to attacks.

Step 3:
a. Click Start, type "Local Security Policy" (without quotes) and press enter.
b. Click on Software Restriction Policies.
c. In the right pane, double click on the "enforcement".
d. Select "All users except local administrators".
e. Click Ok and restart the computer and check if the issue is fixed.
 
 
kindly revert for further clarifications
 
Thanks and regards,
Dell_Sampad_C
Dell Social and Media and Communities Responder

http://www.sevenforums.com/software/240126-admin-account-cant-install-msi-programs.html
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Could you explain that a little better ?

http://www.eightforums.com/general-support/32464-shortcuts-not-working-programs-run-under-admin.html
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A:Programs won't connect to internet UNLESS they're in admin mode

Any downloaded programs are usually blocked, including ones from MS and should be unblocked the run as admin to install.

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/188009-programs-wont-connect-internet-unless-theyre-admin-mode.html
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Did you right-click a shortcut or the actual executable when you checked "run as admin" and it didn't stick?
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(Option Five)
Run as Administrator - in Windows 8

http://www.eightforums.com/software-apps/29033-how-give-certain-programs-admin-rights-stick.html
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A:Question on installing programs in admin mode

By Gregrocker I found this little tidbit which makes perfect sense...Thanks Greg:

You are going to be kept quite busy keeping up with your two accounts.

The first thing I do when I install WIndows is enable the hidden adminsitrator account, log off, log back in as Administrator, delete my named account in User Accounts, then run as Administrator full time.

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I just got the hp p6823w computer and my user account is set to administrator.
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Additionally, I downloaded a Microsoft Mr. Fix it tool for the install/uninstall programs.
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I am good with windows 7 but this is crazy!

Thanks in advanced,
CProgrammer3088

A:Cannot run programs as Administrator on the Admin account - Windows 7

Hello CProgrammer3088, and welcome to Seven Forums.


You might see if either one of the tutorials below may be able to restore "Run as administrator" to the context menu of the other file extensions. Run as Administrator - Add or Remove from Context Menu in Windows 7
Run as administrator - Add to MSI File Context Menu
Run as administrator - Add to VBS File Context Menu
Hope this helps,
Shawn

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/239743-cannot-run-programs-administrator-admin-account-windows-7-a.html
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A:problem with startup programs running (some as admin)

I just noticed this occurrence too. I had some apps that didn't autostart although they were put in the start-up folder and I figured that startup didn't work in windows 8 and that the folder was just an "old relic" from windows 7, but then I noticed that some apps did start and then it struck me that those apps that wouldn't autostart were set to be run as administrator. I disabled it and rebooted and it worked. This is really weird and very annoying as the paranoid security in windows 8 forces me to run a lot of windows 7 apps as administrator to get them to work properly. E.g. there's a touchpad server that I use to have my android phone as a touchpad that I have to run as administrator to get it to work within XBMC. If I don't run the touchpad server as admin then it stops working when I open XBMC. There's a lot of other similar weird stuff that only gets solved by using the run as admin solution.

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A:Problems with programs, control panel, run as admin...

Sounds like Virus issues to me if you could try running a scan on your PC in Safe Mode, also let me know if the same problem occurs in Safe Mode

To access safe mode Restart your PC then during the boot process keep tapping F8 until you get to the Advanced Boot Menu, where you should then select Safe Mode with Networking and be sure to update your Anti-Virus before scanning if need be.

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On a new Windows Installation Install Admin Enter to Programs Credentials Must I created a local non domain user This is typical for me I had no idea the first user is the quot magical quot user Then I added the domain user and made sure Must Enter Admin Credentials to Install Programs it was an Administrator both on the Metro settings and on the Desktop Must Enter Admin Credentials to Install Programs At least if I go in now and look it claims to be an Administrator Then I joined the company Must Enter Admin Credentials to Install Programs domain and that seemed to work OK And then I made the account a Microsoft Account type user Now whenever I install a program it wants Admin Credentials I put in the Domain Admin credentials and that works to install the program But this happens over and over again as I am moving from Windows to Windows I read that any secondary users cannot install programs without being changed into an Administrator Well I did that but it still does the same thing Since I am part ways through my switch to Windows I would rather not start over again if there is some way to fix this although I don't want to disable UAC either It just seems like I should be recognized as an Admin and yet I'm not Any ideas where I went wrong

A:Must Enter Admin Credentials to Install Programs

I may have found the problem. Maybe. The user profile situation seems different on Windows 8 from Windows 7. I still have to test further and make sure this solves it.

Let's say that the computer name is Comp1 and the user's name is Paul. And this PC is joined to domain1.
Going into Control Panel/User Accounts, I see 2 accounts listed:
Comp1\Paul
Comp1\paul.lastname

Notice how they both have the computer name as the domain. On windows 7, seems like after I joined the domain, I would end up with a profile of domain1\paul.lastname . Maybe I'm not remembering this correctly.

So anyway, after going into the PC as the first initial user (Comp1\Paul), then I went into control panel/User Accounts and added domain1\paul.lastname as an administrative user. My files are stored under Comp1\Paul, but now, when I logon as
domain1\paul.lastname, suddenly I got an install to work without asking for an administrator's credentials.

So why did this work like that, do you suppose? I'm going to mark it as solved, in any case.

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