I downloaded ADR 2011 to my laptop running Windows 7 (32-bit) and it works fine except when I start the program Windows displays a User Account Control asking if I want to allow the program to make changes to this computer. I don't get this message when starting ADR on my Windows 7 (64-bit) desktop system. I've tried removing and reinstalling ADR but this behavior does not change. Once I acknowledge the message the program seems to work fine.
I am also getting this pop up from the UAC in Windows 7 32 bit. I do not get it when logged in under the administrator account however I do get it when logging in as another user with full administrator rights. I was able to disable the pop up as indicated in the first reply and use it as a stand alone program. My problem is that we use it within our SysPro Inventory program where you can type in a part number and then hit the "play" button and it opens up the drawing of the part in Design Review. This works in the Administrator profile but not in the user profile (once again that has full admin rights).
Thanks in advance!
Just a quick update.... I reinstalled design review from within my profile and the pop up permission under UAC disappered.
I still am in the same boat when it comes to the Syspro opening Design Review however....
And another quick update. I found that if you change the settings in the compatibility tab of the syspro program to run as an administrator it works. It does however bring up the UAC window every time I start the program so I had to change those settings.....
Hope this helps someone!
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