Security Guides:

Set User Account Control to Only Elevate Signed and Validated Executables in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to only give signed and validated programs administrative rights in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Not Prompt When Software Is Being Installed in Windows 7

Learn how to stop User Account Control (UAC) from prompting you when software is being installed in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Prompt When Software Is Being Installed in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to prompt you when software is being installed in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Automatically Deny Standard Users an Elevated Request in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to automatically deny standard users when they try to install software or change settings in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Prompt Standard Users with a Credentials Dialog and Secure Desktop in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to ask users for their password in a secure desktop when installing software or changing settings in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Prompt Standard Users with a Credentials Dialog in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to prompt standard users for their password without the secure desktop when installing software or changing settings in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Not Prompt Admin Level Users At All in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to not prompt admin level users at all when software is being installed or settings being changed in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Prompt Admin Level Users with a Credentials Dialog in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to make admin level users give their password when installing software or changing settings in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Prompt Admin Level Users with a Consent Dialog in Windows 7

Learn how to make User Account Control ask admin level users for consent before installing software or changing settings in Windows 7.

Don't Allow Programs to Run With Elevated Privileges without Entering the Secure Desktop in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to not allow programs to run with administrative rights without entering the secure desktop first in Windows 7.

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