- Oct 22, 2010
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Thnx TM but i wanna know by disabling the UAC completely does that gonna create any threat/make my OS prone to attack??? SInce i'm the only user of this com so there isn't any issue like having some1 installing any malicious apps without my knowledge... i know i'll get rid of those irritating question but how that gonna give me complete right as an admin???By default, even administrators are not the owners of the system files. There is an Administrator Userid which by default does not have logon privileges but is the owner of everything. So there are two options - you modify the Administrator account to allow you to log on as that ID which IS the owner or you run the Take Ownership script as has been mentioned.
If you are the one and only user on your machine then you may also want to set User Account Control (UAC) to off so you don't get the questions "Do you want to run this with administrator privileges?"