I have a backup programme running in the background that monitors my files and back up any that change. Soon after I boot I get a prompt (see attached image) asking me if I want the programme to make changes to the computer. I always say yes, and do not get prompted again until the next time I boot up.
The applications is obviously trying to do something that the OS is unhappy about. Any thoughts about this, and whather I can do anything at my end to fix it (short of getting a new backup application)
I have tried the 'Change when these notifications appear' link, but that merely offers me the ability to drop my overall procetion level - something that I do not want to do.
It would be nice to be able to tell Windows 7 that this application can run with no further prompting from me.
If there is anything I should ask the manufacturers of the application, please tell me.
BTW - I tried to do what was suggested in a previous post on this subject, but the application is run as an autorun at boot time, not on my request, and therefore creating a batch file to start the application would seem to to solve the problem. Furthermore, the application UAC is complaining about (MBSstarter) is not the one called at start time. I suspect that the initial application calls, among others, the one that is being complained about