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Ce wiki regroupe les résultats de mes expériences en informatique accumulés au cours de mes recherches sur le net.

Dans la mesure du possible, j’ai cité mes sources ; il en manque certainement… :-)

Comment lancer un programme sans qu'UAC ne demande confirmation ?

Whether you like the <abbr>User Account Control (UAC)</abbr> feature in Windows Vista, 7 and 8 or not, the average computer user should always have it enabled. This is because there’s no doubt UAC is capable of blocking some actions by malware such as adding itself to global startup, dropping or modifying files located in Windows, installing rogue software processes and etc. There are certainly weaknesses in UAC, and there are ways to bypass UAC restrictions on a system, but not all malware is capable of doing that which is where UAC can work. Read More: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/task-scheduler-bypass-uac-prompt/

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Unfortunately the effectiveness of UAC will probably diminish over time for many users because they mostly just end up pressing Yes to allow a program access without even looking at what is asking to run, because they’re presented with the prompt so often. Power users will no doubt find UAC extremely annoying and it’s the first thing that many of us disable after installing Windows. We usually have to keep UAC enabled on some of our test systems to simulate a normal user’s computer when doing research or testing software. Read More: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/task-scheduler-bypass-uac-prompt/

If you keep UAC enabled it can be quite annoying when you use a piece of software often and every time you run it, the UAC prompt appears. The program is perfectly safe, you’ve run it several times, and yet Windows keeps asking. Thankfully, there are ways around this problem to stop the UAC prompt from appearing for programs you specify and trust, here’s a selection of ways you can do it. 1. UAC Pass Read More: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/task-scheduler-bypass-uac-prompt/

UAC Pass is a small and portable executable that creates a UAC promptless shortcut on your desktop with drag and drop. When you double click the shortcut, it will launch your program and won’t popup the UAC prompt. This is made possible by adding the application to the Windows Task Scheduler automatically and then the shortcut simply starts the task with high privileges. Read More: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/task-scheduler-bypass-uac-prompt/

There are some preset options in UAC Pass that allow you to create a shortcut for different scenarios such as a USB drive, a startup entry or the desktop, and can pin to the Start Menu and Taskbar. You can also create a scheduled task that is started with Windows, allow multiple instances, create a batch file, force language and relative paths. For most situations the default preset should work just fine though. Read More: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/task-scheduler-bypass-uac-prompt/

To create the UAC bypass shortcut, all you have to do is drop a program or shortcut onto the window, and it will automatically create a scheduled task and then create the shortcut in the chosen location which will launch the task. To delete the shortcut, you can drag and drop it onto UAC Pass again to remove the program from Windows Task Scheduler and then manually delete the shortcut. Alternatively, just delete the shortcut and then go to the Windows Task Scheduler and delete the task. UAC Pass works in Windows Vista, Windows 7 and 8 32-bit and 64-bit. Read More: https://www.raymond.cc/blog/task-scheduler-bypass-uac-prompt/

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1. Pré-requis

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2. Première étape

Créer une tâche

Lancez le Planificateur de tâches, puis créez une tâche :

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Donnez un nom à la tâche et cochez Exécuter avec les autorisation maximales.

Dans l’onglet Actions, définissez le nom du programme ou script à lancer :

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Vous pouvez tester la tâche en cliquant dessus puis sélectionnez Exécuter

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Il ne vous reste plus qu’à créer un raccourci lançant la tâche :

Cliquez droit sur le bureau, puis sélectionnez Nouveau / Raccourci

La ligne de commande se présente sous la forme :

schtasks /run /tn “NOMTACHE”

Vous devez remplacer NOMTACHE par le nom de la tâche que vous venez de créer.

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vous pouvez ensuite personnaliser le raccourci telles que la taille de la fenêtre initiale et l’icône.

Vous n’avez maintenant plus aucune raison de désactiver UAC.

3. Autres étapes

4. Conclusion

5. Problèmes connus

6. Voir aussi


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