RE: VISTA in a 2003 Domain
I am having fun with a similar issue of Vista PC's on a 2003 network as UAC
asks for approval of our simple sever logon script evertime a user log's on.
Each user is set up as administartator on their local machine, so can just
OK this request, but the repeated nature of this is annoying and also sort of
defeats the object as the user just becomes blase about clicking "yes" and
are likely to just say yes to somethiing they shouldn't!
Do you, or does anyone know a way of adding a logon script as something that
doesn't need UAC approval?
> Hi Gary-
> I have my Vista box joined to a 2003 domain, and have a local user account
> that is admin on the box, and it works just fine for UAC. What problems are
> you running into using the local admin account for UAC purposes?
> "GAZ" wrote:
> > I have added my "pilot" VISTA system to a 2003 domain and most everything
> > seems to be working well. How can I deligate through group policy UAC admin
> > permissions so that I can allow a non Domain admin account UAC control over
> > VISTA desktops or How can I get VISTA to recognize the local admin account
> > for UAC purposes?
> > Thanks
> > Gary Kummer