10 décembre 2012

Q: Is it true you can't disable User Access Control (UAC) in Windows 8?

A: User Access Control is a key technology in the later Windows OSs, including Windows 8. It helps limit normal privileges available during a logon session for privileged users, such as an administrator. It was originally introduced in Windows Vista and prompted users frequently when elevation of privileges was required. The number of prompts was reduced in Windows 7 with a more flexible level of control of the level of prompting in the User Accounts control panel applet, via the Change User Account Control... [Lire la suite]
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20 septembre 2010

Why You Sometimes Map a Drive in Windows 7... But Then Can't See It

Why You Sometimes Map a Drive in Windows 7... But Then Can't See It I've gotten this question literally three times in the past month, so it must be time to put it in a newsletter. Here's the scenario.  It will appear on any Vista, Server 2008, Windows 7 or Server 2008 R2 system with User Account Control enabled.  (Remember UAC's on by default.)  You've opened an elevated command prompt -- one wherein you didn't just double-click the "Command Prompt" icon, you right-clicked the icon and chose "Run... [Lire la suite]
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14 octobre 2008

Windows nom de code Seven s'appelera....

http://securite.reseaux-telecoms.net/actualites/lire-le-controle-des-comptes-utilisateurs-moins-envahissant-dans-windows-7-18966.html Windows Seven s'appelera : Windows 7. Quelle belle preuve d'originalité, mais au moins on ne perdra plus son latin entre longhorn/vista par exemple. Avec Windows 7 pour dans un an peu ou prou, beaucoup d'entreprises se tatent, et pensent a "sauter" l'étape Vista...
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