#1 2018-01-23 23:58

derekz
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Windows 10 message /confirmation

Hi
Every time shutter start windows 10 ask me a confirmation.
To avoid this I must disable windows check.
Is possible another method? (I don't want disable windows check)

thanks

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#2 2018-01-24 00:33

den4b
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Re: Windows 10 message /confirmation

It sounds like the controversial SmartScreen feature. Can you please include a screenshot of the confirmation message?

Are you using an installer or a portable version of Shutter?

You shouldn't need to disable any security components, but there must be a way skip the confirmation.

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#3 2018-01-25 10:43

derekz
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Re: Windows 10 message /confirmation

I can't capture when messagge appear. It say like:
"Do you want to allow this app with an unknown author to make changes?"

I must set windows 10 like this for avoid this:
cattura-011.png

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#4 2018-01-26 13:45

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Re: Windows 10 message /confirmation

That change in settings essentially turns off User Account Control (UAC) features, which is undesirable in the long run, but it is sometimes the only workaround to allow installation of applications produced by not a certified giant software vendor.

Were you getting warnings when you try to run Shutter Installer?

Once Shutter is installed, UAC should no longer block it, so you can safely re-enable it.

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#5 2018-01-27 18:45

derekz
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Re: Windows 10 message /confirmation

During installation all is ok.
the problem is the "Autorun at windows startup (current user)"
Not function.

If I set "..All user" it ask to press OK

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#6 2018-02-01 14:32

den4b
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Re: Windows 10 message /confirmation

derekz wrote:

the problem is the "Autorun at windows startup (current user)"

Alternatively, you can place a shortcut in the Startup folder.

1. Hold down the Windows key, and type R
2. Type: shell:startup
3. Click OK

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#7 2018-02-01 18:51

derekz
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Re: Windows 10 message /confirmation

Done.
Message ""Do you want to allow this app with an unknown author to make changes?" at windows startup.

If I manually start Shutter from c:\programs..... it start normally.

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