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Solved: How Do I Stoip Vista from Asking for Permission All The Time?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Kapustin Yar, Aug 24, 2009.

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  1. Kapustin Yar

    Kapustin Yar Thread Starter

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    I'm new to Windows Vista having gotten my first laptop with VISTA preinstalled. However I notice whenever I ask Vista to do something it confirmes that I have asked it to do something and then it asks for permission again.

    How do I stop this?
     
  2. casper0191

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    Have you checked the check box that say's " Don ask me again this option" Something like might help to unlock those pop ups. Also it's only natural to those pre installed OS that it keep on asking something.
     
  3. Kapustin Yar

    Kapustin Yar Thread Starter

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    yes I'[ve already done that.
     
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  5. Kapustin Yar

    Kapustin Yar Thread Starter

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    Thanks Nyob,

    It worked!:p:p:D:D(y)
     
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    Most users I know disable it.
    You might want to replace it with WinPatrol
    It only nags when it has something important to bark about.
     
  7. casper0191

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    Hm. yeah I missed that one so that is trick for that. Well thanks for an interesting trick.

    It really just like the Xp's Security Center options
     
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