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CCleaner at Windows Start (VISTA)

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I've got a new DELL that came with VISTA premium.

I'm trying to set up CCleaner to run at Windows start-up. I get a message box requiring "permission" to run. It's apparently under "User Account Control". :angry:

 

**How do I TELL Vista that it's OK to run CC without permission but, leave the Vista security feature untouched otherwise? (I know I can turn "User Account Control" OFF but, would rather leave it on.** :blink:

 

This topic may have been covered but, I didn't see it.

 

THANKS!!

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Another option is to install the Norton UAC which works great on Vista 32bit and Vista 64bit. It has a "remember" feature that really improves the user friendliness of UAC. I've been using it for several months with absolutely no problems.

 

http://www.nortonlabs.com/inthelab/uac.php

 

Users please note that this is experimental software still.

 

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