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Don Cobble
Running Vegas Pro 17 with administrative privaleges
on Apr 13, 2020 at 6:38:25 pm

Is it possible to Run Vegas Pro 17 with administrative privilege without having to give the permission every time i open it. I am trying to be able to use sound forge pro 11 as preferred audio editor, in Vegas Pro 17. It would not let me open SFP11 saying I need "elevated permission in VP17" so if I open VP17 by right mouse clicking and choosing to run as administrator, it then allows me to open SFP 11 in Vegas.

Is there a setting I can change o that I do not have to right mouse click VP17 every time? Please, thank You
Don

PC 1
I7 7820X 3.6Ghz
32 GB Ram
SSD 850 Pro OS drive
2x 850 EVO Raid 1TB
Win 10 Pro 64bit OS
WX 7100 8GB

PC 2
I7 3930K 3.2Ghz
32 GB Ram
SSD 850 Pro OS drive
2x 850 EVO Raid 1TB
Win 10 Pro 64bit OS
GTX 1080 8GB


IMAC Retina 5K 27in
4.Ghz i7 32gb Ram
AMD R9 M395X 4Mb
Mojave 10.14.1

S Vegas P13 & Vegas P17 - Adobe Production Premium CS6 - Edius WG Pro 9 - Sony Catalyst Production Suite - FCPX 10.4.3 - DaVinchi Resolve Studio 16.2

Camera's
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Geoff Candy
Re: Running Vegas Pro 17 with administrative privaleges
on Apr 15, 2020 at 7:57:16 pm

R click on VP icon -> properties-> shortcut. Select advanced. Tick run as administrator. OK, Apply.
Done


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Seetha Ramaiah Velicheti
Re: Running Vegas Pro 17 with administrative privaleges
on Jun 28, 2020 at 4:01:42 am

Sir, when I right click on the V icon, I am seeing the headings "unpin from start", "Resize", "More ( under more (pin to taskbar, run as administrator, open file location), last heading "Uninstall". I did not find "properties". where to find it please.


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Seetha Ramaiah Velicheti
Re: Running Vegas Pro 17 with administrative privaleges
on Jun 28, 2020 at 4:08:59 am

Sorry I went to original file location in C and did the same what you said. Thanks.


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