Posted 08 May 2007 - 05:54 AM
This was one of the things that Vista was designed for. If it needs administrative permissions, then you've got to give it - otherwise it won't work. This way, if malware tries to install on your system, you've got one more chance to catch it.
If you use a standard account, the procedure just gets a bit more complicated - when it asks to elevate, you'll have to provide credentials for it to do it (user name and password of an administrative account).
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