|09 Mar 2011||#1|
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Shield sign on icon(s) (not the "usual" problem)
I have searched the forum, but I just found the "usual" asks - and solutions for it - in this issue and not the right for me.
My problem is; a few weeks ago on many of my icons on the taskbar (that earlier I have pre-configured to "Run as Administrator") suddenly appeared that blue-yellow shield sign.
I don't know what was the cause that Windows "thought" somewhen: "Now I want to show to you which icons has the run admin option!"
I don't really like it, but I deal with it (I can live with that little sign ) until now, because it appeared on my Opera icon too - which don't have this option by the way... - and now it's disturb me.
I have went through on the usual solutions; first of all, I don't use UAC, it's turned off long time ago, so the icons shouldn't have this shield sign, right? Therefore, the "elevated icons solution" is useless in this case, right?
I have rebuilt the icon cache.
Now I have run out the ideas.
(Unfortunately, I have experience more often weird behaviour in my W7x64, I'm getting afraid I have to make a reinstall... )
Thanks for any help.
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