Thanks for the post and for making it easy to understand without talking
The server is a Win2K server so I guess the security policy won't have UAC
settings? (I really should take more server admin courses) At any rate both
the local and remote security policies for what you mentioned below were
"Not Defined", so I set the local one to disabled, restarted and that seems
to of fixed the issue.
Is there a way to set this policy on a win2k server? Our network has like 4
Vista machines, a couple XP and a couple 2K boxes, any basic recommendations
for this kind of envoirnments are welcome (weblinks are cool).
"Jesper" <Jesper@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> I have Vista Business (32), I turned off UAC thinking i'd leave it off.
>> Recently (probably due to some program installation) I realized I was
>> clicking on UAC messages again.
>> Thinking I had re-enabled UAC, I checked the ctrl-panel, but UAC was off.
>> Checked to see if UAC was still bugging me, and it was. So I enabled UAC,
>> pressed OK (or just closed the window). Same messages, and UAC still
>> to be off.
>> So Any ideas how I can reset this short of rolling back a couple weeks?
>> respond here, or email directly at andy at nortra-cables dot com.
>> Yes, I am connected to a domain, it's a small domain running Win2k
>> Server. I
>> don't know what system data to send, but if you need something posted,
>> let me know.
> Is there possibly a domain policy that is changing the setting? Why don't
> you run rsop.msc and look at the settings under Computer Configuration |
> Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Computer Options.
> What is the "User Account Control: Run all administrators in Admin
> Mode" set to? If it is not defined, run gpedit.msc and check the same
> there. That's the master switch for UAC.
> Your question may already be answered in Windows Vista Security: