Important: This procedure involves disabling User Account Control. This feature is intended to prevent administrative accounts from performing undesired actions that can affect the system. Disabling UAC removes these notifications. Restart your system after disabling or reenabling UAC.

For more information on UAC, see the Microsoft Windows Vista support site.

Disable User Account Control (UAC)

  1. Choose Start > Control Panel.
  2. Click User Accounts, and then click User Accounts again.
  3. Click Turn User Account Control On Or Off.
  4. Deselect the Use User Account Control (UAC) To Help Protect Your Computer option, and then click OK.
  5. Click Restart Now.

Enable User Account Control (UAC)

  1. Choose Start > Control Panel.
  2. Click User Accounts, and then click User Accounts again.
  3. Click Turn User Account Control On Or Off.
  4. Select the Use User Account Control (UAC) To Help Protect Your Computer option, and then click OK.
  5. Click Restart Now.

The Adobe Captivate demonstration below illustrates how to disable and enable User Account Control (UAC). For more information about viewing this demo, see Viewing Adobe Captivate Demos in Knowledgebase Documents (kb403894).

 

 

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