"Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:
> It sounds like you are logged on as a Standard User? A Standard User can
> turn UAC off, but cannot turn it back on, because this requires
> administrator privileges.
> Ronnie Vernon
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Shell/User
> "JR Baas" <JR Baas@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I just got done loading all the software on my computer with UAC turned
> > When I went back to control Panel, User Accounts, User Accounts, Turn User
> > Account Control On or Off and tried to turn it back on, it would not work.
> > Before I was getting the message to reboot the computer after I changed
> > the
> > setting. Now it acts like the code in that window is not being run. If I
> > check the box, choose OK then reopen the Turn User Control On or Off, it
> > is
> > not checked.
> > If I goto
> > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
> > and change EnableLUA to 1, the user account works, but if I open the
> > control
> > panel applet, it is not checked.
> > Any one have any ideas?
I am logged on as a domain administrator. Like I said, it does not look
like the code is running in the background. If I click on the box to enable
UAC and click ok, the box closes, but there is no message to reboot the
computer. When I go back in the UAC settings, the check mark is cleared. If
I enable it in the registry, the UAC works correctly, but if I go in to the
UAC settings, the check mark is cleared.