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    I am using startup delayer to start HS3 when the computer starts. I get the two prompts below every time the computer starts. I thought once I selected Yes on the second one then I wouldn't get the prompts again but I do. What am I doing wrong?

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    Jim

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  • #2
    User Access Control is a Windows 7 (and beyond) protection which prevents applications/programs running without explicit permission and can be a PITA..
    I use Startup Delayer here to start things in sequence on the HS computer as well, but I did have to set UAC to minimum in order to avoid this type of complication. If you do that, you shouldn't need the "Launch with Highest Privileges" box checked in SD.
    Hope this helps.
    Real courage is not securing your Wi-Fi network.

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    • #3
      Where do I find the UAC setting?

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      Jim


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      • #4
        Originally posted by jbfoster View Post
        Where do I find the UAC setting?
        Typing 'UAC' into the windows search box should do it.

        Mike____________________________________________________________ __________________
        HS3 Pro Edition 3.0.0.548

        HW: Stargate | NX8e | CAV6.6 | Squeezebox | PCS | WGL 800RF, Rain8Net+ | RFXCOM | QSE100D | Vantage Pro | Green-Eye | X10: XTB-232, -IIR | Edgeport/8 | Way2Call | Ecobee3

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Uncle Michael View Post
          Typing 'UAC' into the windows search box should do it.
          I'll have to think about this way. Doen't seem safe to turn UAC off.

          Jim

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          • #6
            Are you running other software you'd have reason not to trust on the HS machine?
            Personally, I don't even run a browser. I've had UAC turned off for the life of Win 7 on this machine and have never run into a problem.
            Real courage is not securing your Wi-Fi network.

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