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Vista User Account Control reset by AWC2P

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afterscan there is no show details option only details option which is sys id

You can go into settings and choose ignore list, and delete those ignore items that you want. Next time you run a scan it will show details and then follow enoskype's advise.

Another possibility is to right click my computer - choose properties and then advanced and mark "let windows choose the best setting for the computer", this will also make details come up next time you run a scan.

Good hunting

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UAC settings


I may be missing the point of your instructions.


You say do a scan.

I do a scan.


At the end of the scan I do not have access to the solution/AWC Controls you are suggesting.


Are you suggesting that after a scan I should then execute repair?

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Open AWC - click om Functions in the top right corner, - click on Preferences, - in the new window click on Ignore list, - in the ignore list delete those items you do not want in the ignore list, - if there aren't any you have to do like I said in the other mail, - Close AWC - rightclick My computer and follow the steps written in the previous reply.

When all this is done - run a scan with AWC and see if you now have access to details.

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  • 2 months later...

Thanks enoskype, - I am writing from a Danish computer and obviously do not remember correctly every time, sorry.

Thanks for your clarification!!


y eye,


See the image below.


System Analysis mentioned in this_link in post #2, is now System Optimization.


Also solbjerg meant, "Options" when mentioning Functions and,

meant "Settings" when mentioning Preferences in the above post.

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