UAC does have policies....but the local admin group on the machine denotes
the right that a user will have. UAC is enabled for all accounts except
local system and the built in "Administrator" account which is disabled by
Now with NNTP goodness!
"GAZ" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have added my "pilot" VISTA system to a 2003 domain and most everything
>seems to be working well. How can I deligate through group policy UAC admin
>permissions so that I can allow a non Domain admin account UAC control over
>VISTA desktops or How can I get VISTA to recognize the local admin account
>for UAC purposes?
> Gary Kummer