[How-To] Context menu "Open elevated Command Prompt Here" without UAC

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  1.    26 Sep 2016 #11

    Brink said: View Post
    Hello DJ, :)

    Do you mean a problem from the .reg in the tutorial below?

    I'm not having any issue with it, so what issue are you having if so?

    Open command window here as administrator - Add in Windows 10

    This below is the command used by the .reg files in the tutorial.

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    Oh yes... i have a little problems when i try to edit the "shell" voices.... i have need to obtain the full right on this voices to edit all :)

    After that i have created a newest voices infact........
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 18317
       26 Sep 2016 #12

    I'm glad you got it sorted. :)
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