How to? handle the UAC prompt on computer restarts with Everything

#1
I have 2 Everything processes and 1 service. This causes the UAC prompt whenever the computer is started or restarted. How can I bypass or get around not having the prompt?

On the Everything /o > General tab I have the following [X]'ed:

- Start everything on system startup
- run as administrator
- everything service
- EFU file assoc

in case any of those makes a difference.

thank you for reading....
 
#2
I gave up on Everything because installing TCMD kept uninstalling my Everything service. Anyway, IIRC, it works best when there are two processes ... the Everything service, and a not-elevated client.
 
Jul 29, 2016
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#3
I have 2 Everything processes and 1 service. This causes the UAC prompt whenever the computer is started or restarted. How can I bypass or get around not having the prompt?

On the Everything /o > General tab I have the following [X]'ed:

- Start everything on system startup
- run as administrator
- everything service
- EFU file assoc

in case any of those makes a difference.

thank you for reading....
Maybe try unchecking "run as administrator" but leaving "everything service" checked? I would always get the UAC after (re)installing or upgrading TC when trying to use Everything, but in my case (with "run on system startup" and "everything service" checked and "run as administrator" unchecked (even though I usually have to go in as admin initially to set these options)) after a restart of the system or Everything itself, I don't need administrative privileges to use it (because the everything service is loaded).