Windows 10: Scheduled task to decrease UAC level?
Scheduled task to decrease UAC level?
I have the local admin rights on my work laptop but at the same time GPO enforces default UAC settings on the power up. This is annoying as it prevents some apps I use from proper running (e.g. PhraseExpress or DirectFolders). I have no idea why those apps need a prior UAC approval, but it's not the case here.
Is there a way to create a scheduled task that would decrease the level of UAC to "never notify" / lowest level? Or is there any other way to do so and make sure GPO will not kill it at next boot?
Be nice to all, please?!
In addition to the excellent advice already offered...
...if this is your WORK laptop, you might want to consult with your IT/security folks at work before making changes to the system that affect or bypass UAC, Group Policies or other security settings.
In many Enterprise environments, these sorts of configurations are controlled by the company's IT folks for a reason.
They may not wish (or permit) end users to make such changes.
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Hi guys. I found this odd scheduled task named 'UninstallDDS-C960901F-CE14-4DE1-9729-1305F719A337'.
The task is set to run at 14:54 on 25/1/16 and then repeat every 00:01:00 indefinitely.
The target is C:\Windows\temp\deletefoldertask.exe
hope that someone can help me..
when the computer boot it schut down after seconds
then i start the computer normal again i get this problem code:
Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power EventID 41 Version 3 Level 1 Task 63
I had this problem with windows 8/8.1 as well but don't remember what I did to fix it and can't seem to figure it out this time. I had to reinstall Windows 10 after upgrading to it, and forgot to write down my settings for this.
I have a simple...
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