Question about Computers & Internet
Every time i get on stuff pops up saing some thing about a administrator i just want to bypass it
Click on the start menu.
in the run or command window, type cmd
right click on cmd.exe & select run as administrator
type net user administrator /active:no
type exit & the dos (black) window will close
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
I am assuming you have either Windows 7 or Windows 8. Next time you ask a question be sure to explain a bit about what system you are using.
Now to answer your question, there is a way to disable it. However, before I explain the process though I would like to explain why it is there. The administrator prompt is there so that you have one last warning before a program is allowed an elevated privilege. Elevated privliges allow the program to do important tasks on your computer such as be installed or to change system files. However, this also allows malicious programs to damage your computer if you give them access. Thus Windows added a prompt to allow you to deny programs access. You should only disable this feature if you really know what you are doing and are very careful about what you run on your computer. If you are getting this prompt constantly when you turn on your computer then you might want to consider removing the program that is requesting admin privileges. This will solve your problem and leave your system more secure. If not then you can disable the warning system as follows. Keep in mind that this will silently allow any permission requests without giving you the option to deny them.
Open your start menu and type "msconfig" into the search bar and click enter.
A window named System Configuration will pop up.
On this window click the tab along the top that says Tools.
Now find the "Change UAC Settings" option and click it.
Now click the Launch button near the bottom right in the window.
This will launch a new window named User Account Control Settings.
In this window you will see a slider. Drag it all the way to the bottom to disable all warnings or to one of the other options depending on which setting sounds most appealing to you. Choosing any one of these options is acceptable but only the bottom most one will fully disable the alert system.
I hope this helped you. Keep in mind that this system is there to protect you and be careful what programs you run on your computer.
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
If you bypass Administrator you might be giving your computer up to a remote hacker...Read the popups and this will stop them from coming back up..if it doesnt then you need to adjust your administrative options.
Posted on Nov 09, 2014
Start\Control Panel\User Accounts\Change User Account Control Settings\Slide bar to bottom\click OK. Are you really sure you want to do this???
Posted on Nov 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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