Yep, it's working fine now. Thank a lot! :D
And there's another questions:
The default Administrator account(net user administrator /active:yes) is equipped with a password, and I went to Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Software Restriction Policies and set "Unrestricted" as default.
When I'm back in the standard account it still prompts for password despite unrestricted, any suggestions?
I don't want it to prompt for administrator passwords.
I am not certain. I'd have to load up a profile similar to what you have in order to see what's going on, but it sounds like the standard account is trying to install/configure something and can't due to the account have less than sufficient priviledges. Have you tried elevating the standard account to power user?
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May be another Member can quickly answer your question without going into O/S details.
BlackBear, with Windows 7 the only way a standard account can install a program is if they have administrator priviledges. The best I can tell you to do is try this.
Launch GPEDIT.MSC and go to Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Application Control Policies > AppLocker
Even then I doubt that will help you.
The Standard/Administrator account is a "Feature" in Vista and Windows 7 and in all honesty unless you are running a domain structure I just don't see a way around this.
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