Windows 10: Is there a way to set specific programs to NOT bring up the 'run as administator?' prompt...

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  1. Is there a way to set specific programs to NOT bring up the 'run as administator?' prompt...

    /u/Like20MinutesAgo, Sep 28, 2020
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  2. Joe9090 Win User

    Running Programs for a standard user

    Hello

    You mentioned checking the the box 'Run as Administrator'

    This is the opposite of what I require ,I wanted to avoid running programs as admin . By unchecking 'Run As Administrator' I am still getting an admin credential verification prompt

    Any further suggestions ?
     
    Joe9090, Sep 28, 2020
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  3. Jose Est Win User
    a program on windows 10 can only be started with "Run as an adminstrator"

    Hi Jaap,

    If a program is configured to Always Run as an Administrator, there is a possibility that the program is protected from unauthorized access.

    For us to isolate your issue and provide an appropriate resolution, we would like to know the following:

    • Is the issue isolated only on a specific program?
    • Are you using an administrator account?

    In the meantime, we have steps that we can try to allow a program to run in standard mode. Here are the steps below:

    • Type in the "program name" in the Search box.
    • Right-click on the program and select Open file location.
    • Right-click on the program and click Properties.
    • Click the Compatibility tab.
    • Under the Settings section, uncheck Run this program as an administrator.

    Let us know if you need anything else.
     
    Jose Est, Sep 28, 2020
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  4. DrPepper Win User

    Is there a way to set specific programs to NOT bring up the 'run as administator?' prompt...

    Best way to keep vista clean and healthy

    Yeah just caught it there.

    I'm going to attempt to have a step by step guide on how to use these programs efficiently.
     
    DrPepper, Sep 28, 2020
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