UAC-Enabled Operating Systems

The Microsoft operating systems Windows Vista and Windows 7 provide User Account Control (UAC) to manage security for applications.

The Enterprise Architect Visual Execution Analyser is UAC-compliant, and users of UAC-enabled systems can perform operations with the Visual Execution Analyser and related facilities under accounts that are members of only the Users group.

However, when attaching to processes running as services on a UAC-enabled operating system, it might be necessary to log in as an Administrator.

Log in as Administrator

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1

Before you run Enterprise Architect, right-click on the Enterprise Architect icon on the desktop and select the Run as administrator option.

Alternatively

Edit or create a link to Enterprise Architect and configure the link to run as an Administrator.

Step

Action

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1

Right-click on the Enterprise Architect icon and select the 'Properties' option.

The Enterprise Architect 'Properties' dialog displays.

2

Click on the Advanced button.

The 'Advanced Properties' dialog displays.

3

Select the 'Run as administrator' checkbox.

4

Click on the OK button, and again on the 'Enterprise Architect Properties' dialog.