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WIndows 7 Permission and Administrator Issue

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#1 dj41490


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Posted 26 August 2017 - 03:09 PM

Hi, I've been trying to fix this problem myself but I cannot seem to identify the cause of it.

Programs that have been set to run as administrator automatically (in properties>compatibility) 

doesn't prompt me to to confirm, the programs do run as non-administrator. Fortunately, it still 

works if I manually right click the program and run it as administrator. 

Another issue I suspect that is related to this is the system is ignoring ini files. These files normally 

appear in game folders, which execute game configuration settings. The system is some how 

ignoring these files, thus the settings won't be loaded. For example, in the ini files there might a 

command line like fullscreen = 1 which makes the game run in fullscreen, however when the game

is ran it is still windowed.

I'm not sure if this is because I accidentally cleaned my registry with ccleaner, but I did restore the 

registry back and the problem is still there.

This isn't really a major issue, but it kind of bugs me sometimes and you never know if it will generate further issues. So I rather have it fixed.

Any suggestions guys?

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