Allow Program to make Changes


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Shoe

Acronis will not run automatically because the permission box comes up
asking if the program will be allowed to make changes. Is there any
way to tell Windows to always allow this program to run? I could
change the settings to prevent this permission box from ever coming
up, but it seems like a reasonable way to prevent unauthorized
programs from running. However, I need to allow backup to run without
requiring this permission. Any suggestions?
 
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Roy Smith

Acronis will not run automatically because the permission box comes up
asking if the program will be allowed to make changes. Is there any
way to tell Windows to always allow this program to run? I could
change the settings to prevent this permission box from ever coming
up, but it seems like a reasonable way to prevent unauthorized
programs from running. However, I need to allow backup to run without
requiring this permission. Any suggestions?
If you schedule your backup to run then you won't get the UAC permission
box when it starts. Which version of Acronis are you using? If it's
one of the free ones from drive manufacturers, then the scheduling
feature has been removed from those.


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Roy Smith
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
Thunderbird 8.0
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 8:24:21 PM
 
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Zaidy036

If you schedule your backup to run then you won't get the UAC permission
box when it starts. Which version of Acronis are you using? If it's
one of the free ones from drive manufacturers, then the scheduling
feature has been removed from those.
Instead of using ATI's scheduler use Task Manager and run a batch on
demand or a schedule. Here are my CMDs (second is on one line) used once
a week:

(SCRPT value is made by ATI when you design your b/u WITHOUT a schedule.
Look for value in the Acronis folder called Scripts)

SET SCRPT=FA26D338-1741-4597-A5F4-194B4A2CDCBF
START "ATI" /WAIT "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common
Files\Acronis\TrueImageHome\TrueImageHomeService.exe" /script:%SCRPT%
/uuid:%SCRPT%
 
S

Shoe

If you schedule your backup to run then you won't get the UAC permission
box when it starts. Which version of Acronis are you using? If it's
one of the free ones from drive manufacturers, then the scheduling
feature has been removed from those.
I'm running Acronis TrueImage Home 2011. For some reason, the
scheduled backups have not been happening. I get the UAC permission
screen when I start it manually and thought this was causing the
backup failure, but maybe it is some other cause.
 
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Roy Smith

I'm running Acronis TrueImage Home 2011. For some reason, the
scheduled backups have not been happening. I get the UAC permission
screen when I start it manually and thought this was causing the
backup failure, but maybe it is some other cause.
That's the same version that I use... Ok, then take a look at your log
file and see what it tells you there. You can find the log file under
the help menu. You can also set up your backup task to email you the
results. Here's what a successful backup log entry looks like:

http://my.jetscreenshot.com/1443/20111130-cmme-115kb

I backup my system to a networked attached drive and sometimes ATI tries
to start the backup before the networked drive is recognized and here's
what I get when that happens:

http://my.jetscreenshot.com/1443/20111130-rcen-104kb

I'm trying out an idea of using WinPatrol to move the scheduler service
into it's delayed start window to delay it starting for about a minute
or so to see if that fixes my problem. Anyway, if you have any problems
just ask!

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Roy Smith
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
Thunderbird 8.0
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 5:42:12 PM
 

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