UAC Pass allows to give or take back administrative rights on a specific application once and for all, with User Account Control active at the same time but without any prompt.
How to use:
· Drag and Drop a program (or a shortcut to it) onto uacpass.exe,
· Accept security exception (for the last time),
· Choose where to make the shortcut, and/or add it to session start.
To undo it, drag and drop the shortcut(s) made with UAC Pass onto uacpass.exe, it will go to the trash, delete the scheduled task(s), and UAC Pass will ask you if you wish to restore a classic shortcut on your desktop, in your Taskbar or Start Menu.
UAC Pass is meant to reduce user annoyance brought by UAC, without actually deactivating it.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· If tasks' list wasn't opened during a drag&drop onto UAC Pass interface, the window was closing and an error about line 2036 was shown.