I am already a administrator for the desktop, also I have already
registered the following registry keys for AD, but my problem is, when I goto
the user accounts, I disable the UAC, and then restart the machine, then I
login to the machine with a different credential, when I select run-as for
the AD, it will not prompt for me to enter elevated AD Credentials.
The reason for me to disable the UAC, is because, when I select MANAGE
option, or any other options which is used for Administrative, it keeps
prompting me for to enter the username and password.
Is there any option for me to disable the UAC, but when I forcefully select
Run As it should prompt me to enter the username and password.
> Durqaprasad, put the Administrative rigths in the gpedit.msc just the way it
> used to be. then fallow this
> http://winconnected.com/forums/4858/ShowThread.aspx and it will work just
> This TIP should also work, check with this link
> But the major problem with the Run As option after changing it in the
> Gpedit.msc, it keeps prompting us to enter the username and password
> everytime when we do some administrative job, even if we are the adminstrator
> of the desktop, but here if I plan to uncheck the UAC, & tried to run the Run
> As option, the issue is there again, it will not prompt for us to enter
> different credential, ... is there any solution to over come this issue.
> We are responsible for what we do, No matter how we feel.