MP Configuration in Vista Compatibility Mode under Windows 7 Pro?

Discussion in 'General Support' started by rsbrux, September 16, 2011.

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    The 3rd or 4th time I ran MP Configuration under Win 7 Pro, Windows strongly suggested that I run it henceforth in Vista compatibility mode. It is "Run as Administrator".
    Does anyone know why?
    Is there any reason not to?

    I am posting this here instead of the Development forum, because I don't consider this a bug.
     
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