Not a big deal but just wanted to confirm
Interesting. I am using CS8 and Win10 so there is a difference. In All programs I still have the run and run as admin. However, instead of all apps I always use the Quick Launch task bar (speed and little task bar space used). The run as admin is missing. I can run as admin from the application but not a shortcut. Strange.
Now with a Desktop Shortcut I have the options on both the CS 9 Editor and CS 9 Recorder if I right click on the icon(s) to Run As Administrator so I am wondering if this is something TechSmith removed or a bug. I am going to put in a support ticket myself just to find out and what the reasons are if they did remove this option and will try to post it back here. Thanks for sharing this information and have a great day/night.
I am not sure if all users are experiencing this issue but for those who are this is the temporary work a round for this issue. Links are below for some screenshots from Jason and the Download of the full Program for reinstalling.
Then this screenshot shows where to find the above:
The download for the newest full version of CS 9.0.3 is below:
Keep In Mind: You will want to follow the above steps as when you uninstall and re-install you will need to put your key back into the software and also make sure you have anything in your Library Backed up so you do not lose those and you can then import those settings back in.
This is kind of a pain to have to go through when just trying to do an update from the Check for Updates and downloading and installing the update so hopefully they will find a solution soon and post it back here that it has been corrected/fixed.
You will have the option to keep the files on the uninstall but I went with delete them and had my Library Settings backed up just in case which is advisable in my opinion. Always better to be safe than sorry and lose anything.
I have just went through these steps and can now use the Right Click on the CS 9.0.3 Editor and the CS 9.0.3 Recorder and when looking under the More Option it shows that I can now Run As Administrator.
I hope some of you like and find this information helpful and that TechSmith comes up with more information on why it does not work properly when just doing the upgrades. Have a great day/night and let us know if this works for you and post your finding back here please. Cheers ~ Fred.
Note: I don't need to run Camtasia as administrator but may have found a solution for you. Upon reflection it may not work because, in my case, the Start Menu (All Apps) entry has the option to run as administrator and yours does not. Based on the resulting shortcut it may be the inclusion of that option is based on a registry entry.
Use the Run command (Winkey + R or Right click Start and select Run)
Click Ok (All Apps entries are listed)
Right Click the desired application.
Select Create Shortcut
Click Yes to place the shortcut on the desktop.
Now place the shortcut where you want it.