Installing with Elevated Privileges? Solved

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    Installing with Elevated Privileges?


    I m running my laptop as a standalone system and I also have two accounts. One for Admin and for Local Standard User.

    My question is, even If I had set the UAC prompting level too the maximum level, will I still need to set the following Group Policy as from the image?
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    If not configured (default), it will use the current users privileges and level. Should not need to mess with that. Look about half way down in the Help area of your posted pic.
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    I use my laptop with my Standard User account with the UAC Prompting Level set to the highest level.
    So do I need to just leave the Group Policy setting as Not Configured?
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    win10freak said: View Post
    I use my laptop with my Standard User account with the UAC Prompting Level set to the highest level.
    So do I need to just leave the Group Policy setting as Not Configured?
    Yep!
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    Many thanks!
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    win10freak said: View Post
    Many thanks!
    Quite welcome.
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