I have a small issue I hope can be resolved to a desired effect (if possible)
Whats happening is, I am using a software, that to be used "correctly" requires a parameter to run correctly (2.0 beta type app) Heres what im looking at:
The program is a neato reproduction of the HTC (awesome phone) clock widget, from HERE
The issue is, due to is current development state, will not load it's taskbar icon, without the use of a command line parameter. Which is kind of lame tbh. So I made up a quick little .bat that will start the program, with the icon. (yay for me)
Heres where the security issue comes in. The .exe does NOT have any compatibility settings enabled, but when the program runs, UAC still pops up, making it a chore to use a damn clock.
What i want to do is, if possible, add a line to the batch that will skip/disable the UAC check for the app, so that when I click on it, it just starts... that all.
Here is what the batch is made up of (I'll post screenys if it's necessary)
start HTCHome.exe -addicon
Pretty simple, but it works. Is there any way to skip the permission check, without disabling UAC, or something I'm doing wrong here?
Addition relevant info:
Im Admin, and entire folder w/ app is 'owned'
Specs and windows are up to date, all requirements are meet.
program is 32bit, no special compat. settings in place.
anything wle, just ask.