Deliver the Nexus 7 connection to Win 8.

Win 8 detects the USB connection, but does not allow for communication; Unlike Win 7. There seems to be a security problem; How is - this is overcome?

This is necessary for Android development.

See if that helps

Right click on the driver, and then select run as administrator to install

Try disabling the usb debugging

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