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How to Run QuantShare without UAC Prompts?

Updated on 2014-01-23





Want to avoid UAC prompts when starting QuantShare?

Our friend Dave W. recently sent us instructions on how to simplify the process of avoiding UAC prompts.

The following files should make the process of avoiding UAC prompts easier.
https://www.quantshare.com/free/QuantShare_WO_UAC_Prompt.rar

After downloading and unzipping the above file -- a task scheduler XML file and a shortcut file (.lnk) -- all the user has to do is open the Windows task scheduler (type 'task' in the Windows 7 start menu), select the Import Task feature on the right side of the screen, and then import the XML file. The imported XML task allows the user to run the 64bit version of QuantShare with elevated privileges.

After clicking OK to save the imported task, the shortcut in the .zip file should launch the 64-bit version of QuantShare without a UAC prompt.

This assumes that QuantShare is installed on the following directory:
C:\Program Files\CTrading\QuantShare\

If this is not the case or if you want to avoid UAC prompts for the 32-bit version, open "RunQuantShare64_UAC.xml" file then update the "command" tag by replacing the path to QuantShare executable file ("QuantShare64" for the 64-bit version and "QuantShare" for the 32-bit version).

Here is how it works:
- The shortcut runs the "RunQuantShare64_UAC" task we have just created
- The task starts QuantShare
- Task has the "HighestAvailable" as runlevel value and thus can run without UAC prompts












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