Disable UAC for Windows Servers through Group Policy

User Account Control (UAC) is a mechanism in Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7, and Windows Vista that provides interactive notification of administrative tasks that may be called by various programs. Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications that are installed on a server will be subject to UAC. The most visible indicator that UAC is in use for a file is the shield ribbon identifier that is put on a shortcut.

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Read my post at TechRepublic on how to turn this feature off!

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