Fix For UAC Problem In Windows 7

Some people may be experiencing this problem, and Microsoft has a Fix It solution for it, as well as a manual fix if you want to go that route. If you are suffering from the problem, jump on over to Microsoft and get it fixed!

In the Windows 7 “System and Security” control panel category, the Action Center lets you change User Account Control (UAC) settings. In the User Account Control Settings dialog box, you move the slide bar control for notifications, and then you click the OK button. In this scenario, the dialog box does not close, and no change is made. When the mouse pointer is positioned on the OK button, and you press ENTER, the dialog box still does not close, and no change is made.

3 Replies to “Fix For UAC Problem In Windows 7

  1. The answer above does not work for me because as usual when i click change user account the UAC box pops up and the yes button is disabled and grayed out . It’s that way on every solution i have tried. Every thing i try to do the UAC box pops up asking if i want to make changes to my computer but it wont let me click yes or type a password.

    1. I’m looking for answers on how to get network Troubleshooting Wizard to work while UAC is in the default position. (I can only run the Troubleshooting Wizard with UAC diabled). That’s when I happened to find this fix of greyed out YES button when adjusting the UAC. Since I don’t have this problem, I didn’t need to try it but take a look for yourself. It may be the solution you’re looking for. Hope this helps:

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