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Fire Windows Vista Command Prompt With Administrator Privilege

Unless Windows Vista User Access Control (UAC) has been disabled, every program executed will be running in restricted mode by default. That is to say running program with non-administrator privileges, even with an Administrator login account.

This is one of the Vista security features that’s implemented to safeguard Windows Vista computer system from malware and virus attacks.
If you’re getting an access denied error while trying to execute Windows Vista command line program, you’ve have to open Command Prompt windows again with one of these Windows Vista UAC tips.

Windows Vista tips to execute Command Prompt with Administrator privilege

Vista Tips 1
1. Click on Windows Vista Start button,
2. Go to All Programs and locate the Command Prompt in Accessories menu,
3. Right-click on Command Prompt menu item and click the Run as Administrator option.

Vista Tips 2
1. Click on Windows Vista Start button,
2. Click the Run menu,
3. Type cmd in the Open textbox,
4. Click OK when you see This task will be created with administrative privileges message pop up.

Vista Tips 3
1. Click on Windows Vista Start button,
2. Type cmd in the Start Search textbox,
3. Press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to trigger the elevation of Run as Administrator pop-up,
4. Press Alt + C or press Continue to confirm UAC elevation warning prompt.

Vista Tips 4
1. Click on Windows Vista Start button,
2. Type cmd in the Start Search textbox,
3. Right-click Command Prompt item found in the search result listing, and click the Run as Administrator option.


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  1. udhayakumar 01-04-09@20:06

    i want to run my vista dos mode in full screen mode.

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