Re: Trouble Disabling User Account Control
If you are using the Home Basic or Home Premium version of Vista, these 2
versions do have the GPEdit.msc or SecPol.msc utilities.
If you are in an office, network environment, it may also be that the system
administrator has disabled these programs.
If you are using a standalone system and are logged on with an Administrator
account, you can disable UAC in Control Panel/User Accounts or using the
"John B" <JohnB@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> When I go to Start, all programs, accessories, clicked run, typed
> in the open text box and i got this box denying the access and and it
> that Windows cann't find 'secpol.msn' the Admin/local users isn't set up
> our office so I should have access to diable my UAC correct. Please tell
> how to do this
> John B