Method 2: Run Programs With Admin Privileges Without UAC PromptOpen a Run dialog.Type taskschd.msc and press Enter to launch the Task Scheduler GUI.With Task Scheduler Library selected from the left pane, click on Create Task… from the right pane. More itemsUser Account Control (UAC) is a new feature that helps prevent malicious programs, also known as "malware," from damaging a system. UAC stops the automatic installation of unauthorized applications. UAC also prevents unintended changes to system settings. You receive a UAC prompt when you do any of the following:To force the regedit.exe to run without the administrator privileges and to suppress the UAC prompt, simple drag the EXE file you want to start to this BAT file on the desktop. Then the Registry Editor should start without a UAC prompt and without entering an administrator password.You can run apps elevated (as administrator) without getting the UAC elevation prompt when logged in to an administrator account. The trick to bypass UAC is to create a scheduled task (with highest privileges) for each program that you want to run, and then invoke the scheduled task item manually using schtasks.exe.
How do I run programs without UAC in Windows 10?
Method 2: Run Programs With Admin Privileges Without UAC Prompt If you wish to bypass UAC in Windows 10, you will need to create a task bypass in the task scheduler. Here is an example of running the Registry Editor with administrative privileges so that it does not launch the User Account Control prompt. Open a Run dialog.
What is UAC prompt in Windows Vista?
Start Program at Startup without UAC Prompt. Starting with Windows Vista Microsoft implemented UAC which stands for User Account Control. It was a way to make it easier to run as a non-Admin on your computer and only if a program needed Administrator rights/privileges did you get Admin rights. It was done through a UAC prompt.
How to force Registry Editor to start without UAC prompt?
We can force the regedit.exe to run without the administrator privileges and suppress the UAC prompt. For that, we simply drag the EXE file we want to start to this BAT file on the desktop. Then the Registry Editor should start without a UAC prompt and without entering an administrator password.
How to run apps elevated without a UAC prompt in Windows?
Create a shortcut to run apps elevated without a UAC prompt in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Open Control Panel. Go to Control Panel\System and Security\Administrative Tools. A new window "Create Task" will be opened. On the General tab, specify the name of the task.