Microsoft has released a Knowledgebase article that explains how users can disable UAC, that is the User Account Control, for selected applications in Windows Vista. This solution requires an administrator account and the Application Compatibility Toolkit which can be downloaded from Microsoft directly.
The advantage of this solution is that you can disable the User Account Control for selected applications. This is for instance useful if you use an application day in day out getting that irritating UAC popup whenever you start it. The following process has to be done only once but it takes some time, here are the steps:
1)Download and install the Application Compatibility Toolkit
2) In the Start menu, locate the new folder. Find the shortcut icon for Compatibility Administrator. Right click it and clik Run as administrator.
3) In the left hand pane, right-click on the database under Custom Databases and select Create New, and select Application Fix.
4) Enter the name and other details of the application you want to alter behavior on and then browse to it to select it. Click Next.
5) Click Next until you are in the Compatibility Fixes screen.
6) On the Compatibility Fixes screen, find the item RunAsInvoker, and check it.
7) Click Next and then Finish.
8) Select File and Save As. Save the file as a filename.SDB type file in a directory you will easily find it.
9) Copy the .sdb file to the Vista computer you want to alter the elevation prompt behavior on.
10) Click Start>All Programs>Accessories. Right click Command Prompt and click Run as administrator.
11) Run the command below:
For example, if you saved the .SDB file as abc.sdb in the c:\Windows folder, the command should be like this:
It should prompt: Installation of complete.