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  • Disabling User Access Control (UAC) on Windows 10 and Server 2012

    User Access Control (UAC) is set to Never Notify, but I am still experiencing permissions issues for my user account that is an Administrator. I am using a machine with Server 2012. What am I missing?

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    There is a known Microsoft Windows issue with disabling UAC on Windows 10 and Server 2012. UAC will display that it is set to Never Notify, however UAC is still turned on. To verify that UAC is in fact disabled, you will need to alter a registry entry.

    Click Start>Run>type regedit
    Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\policies\system
    In right-side pane, look for a EnableLUA>R-click>Modify
    Set the value to 0 and close Registry Editor.
    Restart your computer.

    This will ensure that UAC is disabled.

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