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Windows 7: mmorpg admin rights

18 Aug 2010   #1
salokink

Windows 7
 
 
mmorpg admin rights

hi. every time i want to play an mmorpg, it always makes me type in the admin password. i dont know the password because my dad is the only one that can have it. i want to play the mmorpg a lot, but my dad is never home or hes busy. is there a way to take off the admin rights of the program so my account as a standard user can always play it?


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18 Aug 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by salokink View Post
hi. every time i want to play an mmorpg, it always makes me type in the admin password. i dont know the password because my dad is the only one that can have it. i want to play the mmorpg a lot, but my dad is never home or hes busy. is there a way to take off the admin rights of the program so my account as a standard user can always play it?

He can if he wants to. what has he said?
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20 Aug 2010   #3
rowuncw

Windows 7 Home Premium, 64bit
 
 

I may have a related issue. I recently installed Warcraft 3 with "run as admin", which is the only active compatibiliy setting currently. Everything's fine when I play campaign, but if I want to play online through battle.net, I have to manually right click on the shortcut and choose "run as admin" from there. Incidentally, none of my saved campaigns are available when I run the program that way, almost like like I've opened a different installation of the game. Any reason for this? It's as if the "run as admin" compatibility setting isn't being recognized.
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