Elevated Rights on Executable, How to Remove?


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    Elevated Rights on Executable, How to Remove?


    I am having a bit of an issue. I have a Virtual Pinball Cabinet and there is a piece of software I have installed but somehow I managed to give it elevated rights and cannot figure out how to undo that.
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    It is Future Pinball. The elevated rights is preventing me from running it within my pinball Front End.
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    JLPicard said:
    I am having a bit of an issue. I have a Virtual Pinball Cabinet and there is a piece of software I have installed but somehow I managed to give it elevated rights and cannot figure out how to undo that.
    Elevated Rights on Executable, How to Remove?-20191027_143448.jpg
    It is Future Pinball. The elevated rights is preventing me from running it within my pinball Front End.
    Couldn’t you uninstall it and then reinstall it?
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    I could try that, but there are some elaborate configurations that I've worked through with this software and I am expecting I'll have to do a deep clean uninstall with all the Registry findings. If there's no other way I will have to do that again, maybe I can figure out how to backup my configurations before I do that if there's something else I am overlooking. This is my first W10 installation, not that I'm a whiz on any previous versions of Windows, but the small bit I do know from running the older versions doesn't carry over to Windows 10 much.
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    Maybe you could look on the programs web site and find out where it stores it’s configuration information. If you’re lucky there might be a configuration file that you could copy before you uninstall it and after the reinstall just copy the old configuration file back to the new installation. Not bring familiar with the software that probably all I can suggest.
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