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Windows 7: IE and Itunes launch links - will not work without running as admin?

04 Jan 2015   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium

Try right clicking your IE shortcut and selecting properties. On the shortcut tab select advanced. Check the run as administrator box. Hit OK then Apply. IE should then always start with administrator credentials.
May work.


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 IE and Itunes launch links - will not work without running as admin?

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