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  1. CountMike's Avatar
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       #250

    pigpenz said:
    then in the blink of an eye
    Attachment 213264
    That also happened when I switched from Slow to Skippy, exactly same way.
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  2. smactilactus's Avatar
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       #251

    kado897 said:
    Tilapia is not so common in the UK. Our fish farms are mostly salmon.
    While that is true, Tilapia is the MOST aquacultured and exported fish on the planet.
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  3. magilla's Avatar
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       #252

    linw said:
    Oh, yes, it was offered and it has been through the getting ready, downloading etc etc then failed with "There were problems installing some updates, but we will try again later". Gave error 0x0000374.

    Been through this rigmarole several times with same result.
    And did you use tutorial to reset update?
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  4. Wynona's Avatar
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       #253

    kado897 said:
    Deep fried fish is not good for you unfortunately.
    If it's fried in the proper oil, it is.
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  5. emilcioran99's Avatar
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       #254

    Today I did a clean install of 18282 and have a problem with MSN News app.
    If I'm logged with my account it works ok, but if I'm on built in administrator account shows an errror.
    Tried to reset the app, uninstall and reinstall from store. Every time shows same error.
    Any advice?
    Thanks!

    New Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast + Skip Build 18282 (19H1) -Nov. 14-436b2084-4013-4d89-8270-b2c72ff12c73.png
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  6. philc43's Avatar
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       #255

    Apps are not allowed to work in a built-in Admin account for safety/security reasons
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  7. emilcioran99's Avatar
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       #256

    Thanks Phil, I understand but till today when I must reinstall a clean 18282 (because something goes wrong with the ahci driver) I was on 18282 too and on admin account too and the app works ok.
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  8. philc43's Avatar
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       #257

    emilcioran99 said:
    Thanks Phil, I understand but till today when I must reinstall a clean 18282 (because something goes wrong with the ahci driver) I was on 18282 too and on admin account too and the app works ok.
    A normal Admin account works fine - it is the built-in admin account that has several elevated privileges and is potentially dangerous to allow apps access via this type of account. Under normal circumstances the built-in Admin account is always disabled, only being enabled for emergencies such as when you have lost your normal admin account and can only log in with a standard user account.
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  9. Kari's Avatar
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       #258

    philc43 said:
    Apps are not allowed to work in a built-in Admin account for safety/security reasons
    Outdated information, not correct.

    Until version 1703, it was not possible. Since version 1709, Microsoft made a really bad decision, allowing UWP and PWA apps to be installed, updated and run when signed in as built-in admin.

    Since 1709, it has also been possible to switch built-in admin to a Microsoft account, another bad decision; once switched to MSA, it is no longer possible to switch built-in admin to a local account.

    This is wrong, Microsoft: Built-in Admin as MSA | Win10.Guru

    Kari
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  10. philc43's Avatar
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       #259

    Kari said:
    Outdated information, not correct.

    Until version 1703, it was not possible. Since version 1709, Microsoft made a really bad decision, allowing UWP and PWA apps to be installed, updated and run when signed in as built-in admin.

    Since 1709, it has also been possible to switch built-in admin to a Microsoft account, another bad decision; once switched to MSA, it is no longer possible to switch built-in admin to a local account.

    This is wrong, Microsoft: Built-in Admin as MSA | Win10.Guru

    Kari
    Thanks for the correction. I agree it is most unwise to allow such access - I can only assume MS thought the fact that built-in admin is disabled was enough protection.
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