I continue getting administration permission message in Visual Studio 2005

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When I'm running Visual Studio 2005, I continue getting this annoying message: Administrator permission is recommended for running Visual Studio SP1. But, I'm already a part of the administrators group on the machine. Should I just turn this message off or is there something else I should do?

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  • carlosdl
    You might want to right-click on the executable file, and under the 'advanced' tab select the option to 'run as administrator'.  This should make the message to not appear without making any features fail because of the lack of administrator access.
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