User Account Control (UAC) can help prevent unauthorized changes to your computer. UAC notifies you when changes are going to be made to your computer that require administrator-level permission. These types of changes can affect the security of your computer or can affect settings for other people that use the computer. We recommend that you leave UAC on to help make your computer secure. Here are some guides on how to install and configure Veeam Backup and Replication 11 Community Edition with its default SQL Server Express Edition, how to migrate Veeam MsSQL Database to a new MsSQL Server“, and Azure Backup and Recovery: How to setup Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure [Part 1].
To turn off UAC, move the slider to the Never notify position, and then click OK. Administrator permission required If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, - type the password or provide confirmation. You will need to restart your computer for UAC to be turned off.
Method 1: To turn UAC on or off: On Windows 7 or 10, follow the following steps to turn on UAC on and off.
– Click on the Start button, and
– Then on Control Panel. In the search box,
– Type UAC, and then
– Click Change User Account Control settings. Now follow the two steps below to either turn on or off UAC.
To turn on UAC, move the slider to choose when you want to be notified, and then click OK. Administrator permission required If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Method 2: To turn UAC on or off
- From the start menu - click on run - type msconfig - navigate to the tool tab - and search for change UAC settings and click on launch and made the changes you desire.
Method 3 – Via System Configuration: You can also use <msconfig> to launch the System Configuration
– Under Tools, Click on Change UAC settings and
– Click on Launch as shown below
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