Is Administrator Accnt in Vista annoying U?

Posted: August 21, 2009 in Vista

By default, administrators using Windows Vista are running in a new execution mode

called Admin Approval Mode. This is the reason you see consent dialog boxes appear

from time to time. You can actually disable this mode, making administrator accounts

work more like they did in XP, without any annoying dialog boxes popping. However,

you should realize that disabling Admin Approval Mode could open up your system

to attack. If you’re still interested in disabling this feature, or disabling User Account

Control, we will discuss ways to do so at the end of this section.

Conversely, administrators who would like Windows Vista to be even more secure

can also configure the system to prompt with a User Account Control credentials dialog

box—which requires a complete password—every time they attempt an administrative



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