I use the little, very useable, program, TotalCommander. Total Commander - home
But if I want to delete a file on c:\ or on a removeable HD with this program, UAC says that I need Admin rights to do so. I then click OK to use Admin rights, and then another warning pops up saying, that totalcmd.exe needs admin rights to do what I just got permission to do
(the warning-windows is colored different, one is with yellow background and one is with blue background).
Aha, says the clever man, you just give totalcmd.exe admin rights all the time
... no that did not work either. Now there is a UAC warning everytime I start totalcmd.exe.
How do I let this (and ONLY this) program, do its job on files and folders that is not exclucive system-folders (like the restore folder) without having to answer the same question over and over again?
I would like to see a "remember tick" like most firewalls have for their training sessions in UAC.
I'm comming from XP, so I have no clue how UAC worked in Vista, so please give me a "ground school" lesson if it is possible