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I just updated our Windows 10 image with the newest 1903 version. Previously in my 1803 image, I used a cmd to turn off User Account Control during the task sequence using the following: cmd.exe /c reg add "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v "EnableLUA" /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f That had been working just fine. I took the exact same OS Task Sequence and just changed the OS image package and now every user, including administrators, are prompted when an .exe runs. (specifically whoami) which puts username, IP, ect on the desktop which makes supporting these devices much easier. Running other .exe's don't bring up this prompt from what I can tell so far. I verified UAC is actually set to not notify. Why does this app bring up the notification every time?
Hello we are in the process of testing out Windows 8 to roll out to our employees and we are running into a small issue. Our UAC is turned off for all users which is causing issues with the apps not being able to launch. This GPO is a carry over from Windows 7. Is there anyway we can keep UAC turned off and also allow apps to be launched? thanks, Luis D