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Run Blocked Startup Programs In Vista


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Run Blocked Startup Programs In Vista
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zain-ul-ahsan
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Run Blocked Startup Programs In Vista
Windows Vista is good for security, but sometimes it can go too far making it hard to run programs that you know are safe and not giving a way to run them in the future. The way it treats some startup programs is a classic example, frequently displaying an annoying ‘Windows has blocked some startup programs’ error message.

I’ve finally found a way to unblock startup programs in Vista and to remove the ‘Windows has blocked some startup programs’ message. To do this follow the steps below:

* Click the Start button and enter ‘Task Scheduler’
* Enter an Administrator password or click Confirm as required by UAC
* Click the ‘Create Task’ link (not Create Basic Task)
* On the general tab give the task a name
* Select a user account that has Administrator privileges
* Check the option “Run only when user is logged on”
* Check the box “Run with highest privileges”
* Click the ‘Triggers’ tab and click the ‘New’ button
* Select “At log on” from the drop-down list at the top
* Check the “Any user” option
* At the bottom under Advanced Settings check the Enabled box and click OK
* Click the Actions tab and click the New button
* Click Browse and locate the program you want to run at startup
* In the “Add arguments” box enter /Startup
* Click the Settings tab
* Check the box “Run task as soon as possible after a scheduled start is missed”
* Uncheck the box “Stop the task if it runs longer than:”
* Click OK, then OK again
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