Trustedinstaller - what is it? Trustedinstaller Windows 7. "Request permission from Trustedinstaller" - what should I do?
Whether you like it or not, there are situations,When the operating system Windows 7 (and above) is trying to use the so-called Trustedinstaller. What is this component in Windows systems, now and see.
Trusted in English orAmerican means "trust". But it also happens in the form of Trustedinstaller. What is it, know not many users, because the fact is that in the installation process the distribution file of a third-party program can request the right to install. Hence - the problem.
It seems that Trust is translated as "trust", andinstaller - as an "installer", however, sometimes the installer program is exposed to viruses and malicious codes. And, by the way, the application itself is capable of producing queries at its level, considering them to be active virus codes.
History of application
The Trustedinstaller security service was first applied to the Windows 7 system. It was responsible for editing the system files and system settings.
In fact, any user is faced withThe message "Request permission from Trustedinstaller" only in one case - when you try to edit the system configuration without access rights at the administrator level.
What is it really?
The saddest thing is that in the "Seven"there are two admins. The fact that a local user or a PC owner has administrator privileges does not mean anything (even if you have a Microsoft account).
As it turns out, the system by default activated the recording of the so-called "Super Administrator". Have you noticed that some processes have to be run on behalf of the admin using the right-click menu?
What for it was necessary, probably, it is clear: the developers thus tried to protect the system, though, leaving the user with the opportunity to edit access rights.
Trustedinstaller: How to remove or disable this component?
To disable this service, you can use the standard system configurator, which is accessed in the Control Panel. But it selects not the program section, but the component menu.
If you take into account that the executable fileTrustedinstaller.exe is located in the system folder belonging to the operating system, any attempts to delete it are reduced to zero. The system simply will not allow this.
Let's see what needs to be done to remove the TrustedInstall component. Windows 7 in this respect is a fairly "pragmatic" system, despite its capabilities.
Applying the rights of superadmin to many userssimply pushed away. Indeed, after all, even for the installer of any program the system for some reason raises doubts, although in fact the program can have both an SSL certificate and a digital signature.
In this regard, Trustedinstaller Windows7 obviously loses. The most important problem is that the system itself requires an account confirmation, although, as the corporation officials say, it is not necessary (this is the generally accepted rule for the tenth version).
In addition, if anyone noticed, in Windows 7 inthe context menu has a special Unlocker service that allows you to unlock system processes. But it is only present in limited modifications of the system itself.
In addition, according to the experts themselvesMicrosoft, this utility is not official in the main release. Therefore, it is worth pondering the question of its presence in the G-7. In principle, understanding the topic "Trustedinstaller: what is it?", You can put a stop, if not one but.
Naturally, install third-partycomponent-unlock is possible. The price of the issue is the security of the system as a whole. If a user is tired of receiving messages like "Ask permission from Trustedinstaller" to change the system configuration or a specific file, when unlocking the main functions and features, you can encounter many things that can damage the system. In particular, this concerns incorrect settings for the size of the paging file, reservation of free space for saving copies of the system and hard disk, and so on.
Direct shutdown is performedDeactivating the Windows Resource Protection service. For example, for the termrv.dll system library, you need to apply a right-click on the file, and then use the properties and security menu. Then the most important: in a new window, instead of the "Trustee" Trustinstaller, we select administrators and apply the changes. Next, in the Administrators group, just tick all the existing permissions, then click on the "OK" button.
Instead of an afterword, it is worth looking at from anotherside to the Trustinstaller module. What it is, I think, is already clear. Activate it in the "seven" is better to disable (no good will not activate).
In this case, questions were not considereddeactivate the superadmin account. This is a separate topic, which has a solution in terms of using system registry keys. But understanding the work of the service itself should exist.
If you give advice on installing the seventh versionWindows, it should be clarified: never use repacks or unofficial distributions! They can contain not only viruses, but also the changed components of the system itself, which can lead to the complete inoperability of the laptop or fixed computer terminal.
Then no optimizer program will help. By the way, it was in Windows 7 that this problem originated from the very beginning. Having installed the "top ten" and disabling the corresponding service, you can get rid of it. Even the autorun of the msconfig command can be configured in the Start menu (Win + R), if one is present in the list.
Otherwise, it remains to say that installing the "left" version of Windows can only lead to the fact that even "iron" components will fly, so it's better not to take risks.
And one more look at Trustedinstaller. What is it is already clear, but if there is still a confirmation of the operation being performed, you need to deactivate the SuperAdmin account in the Group Policy Editor or in the system registry, so that the parameter for the permanent launch of programs and applications on behalf of admin. But be prepared for the fact that when you turn off this record, the system can request a password after rebooting and re-entry. If you do not remember it, it's better not to risk it and leave everything as it is.
Otherwise, even the entrance to thesystem under your account or when entering a valid password. Unfortunately, such cases have already occurred. Microsoft experts prefer not to comment on such situations even in the case of official appeals. And the seventh version of Windows for many of our users is pirated.