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# Windows 7: Run As Administrator - Lost Rights?

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 15 Dec 2016 #2 Megahertz07 Windows 7 HP 64 3,787 posts Brazil As I understood, if you right click the shortcut an run as administrator it works. Try this. Right click the shortcut - Properties - and on the Compatibility tab, at the bottom you have a option: Run this program as administrator. My System Specs
 15 Dec 2016 #3 ARD XP Pro & Windows 7 Pro 21 posts Thanks for the reply. That enables me to launch the program without having to right click/run as administrator. I do still though get the pop up asking me if I want it to make changes to the computer. Before it happened the program would launch the same as any other on the PC, can't figure out why Photoshop has decided to run as administrator and not as a user My System Specs
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 15 Dec 2016 #4 Megahertz07 Windows 7 HP 64 3,787 posts Brazil You can set User Account Control to disabled Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Action Center - Change User Account Control Settings - Slide it down My System Specs
 16 Dec 2016 #5 Pyprohly Windows 10, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 7 Professional, OS X El Capitan 722 posts In a house Quote: Originally Posted by ARD Code: Fault Module Name: amtservices.dll Hm, potentially a hint. Are you able to track down the location of this file? I suspect it could be experiencing some access issue. My System Specs
 16 Dec 2016 #6 ARD XP Pro & Windows 7 Pro 21 posts Thanks for the replies. I have tracked down the file, it appears multiple times. I've checked the access on each and all have the same for each. Attached Thumbnails   Attached Images My System Specs
 16 Dec 2016 #7 Pyprohly Windows 10, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 7 Professional, OS X El Capitan 722 posts In a house You’re a step ahead of me because those were the exact images I’d have asked for at this point. I think I see the problem, perhaps you might see it too, but I’ll have to get back to you later as I must test my solutions and also formulate the best methodical approach to this such that you may understand and deal with this issue should it arise anytime. I’m not in a position to do either right now. Please stay tuned. My System Specs
 16 Dec 2016 #8 ARD XP Pro & Windows 7 Pro 21 posts Quote: Originally Posted by Pyprohly You’re a step ahead of me because those were the exact images I’d have asked for at this point. I think I see the problem, perhaps you might see it too, but I’ll have to get back to you later as I must test my solutions and also formulate the best methodical approach to this such that you may understand and deal with this issue should it arise anytime. I’m not in a position to do either right now. Please stay tuned. Thank you, I will stay tuned and appreciate yours and everyones help My System Specs
 17 Dec 2016 #9 Pyprohly Windows 10, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 7 Professional, OS X El Capitan 722 posts In a house I’m not as certain as you probably think I am on this, especially after a second glance. As you may notice, your user account has read and execute access to the dll, while your administrative self has full control. I’m not sure why Photoshop would require any more access than read. Are you certain that those amtservices.dll files have the exact same permission set? There are quite a few of them as your image reveals. Is it alright if I may view all the permission settings of where those amtservices.dll are located? Upload to me the file this PowerShell command generates. Code: gci -r "C:\Program Files\Adobe", "C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe", "C:\Users\$env:Username\AppData\Local\Adobe" | Get-Acl | Export-Clixml "C:\Users\$env:Username\Desktop\aclfile_Photoshop.txt" Meanwhile, to make sure the difference I mentioned earlier isn’t the culprit causing the issues, if there aren’t too many amtservices.dll files I want you to give yourself full access to each of these (we don’t know which exact one is causing the problems) and see if the issue persists. For each instance of amtservices.dll, run the following command, preferably in an elevated Command Prompt. Code: icacls "C:\path\to\a\amtservices.dll" /grant "%username%":F Now try Photoshop. My System Specs
 17 Dec 2016 #10 ARD XP Pro & Windows 7 Pro 21 posts Thanks for the reply. I tried to run the powershell in cmd but I got. I will now grant my user account full permission to each Attached Images My System Specs