Continuously disabling UAC (using NT Service)

by Daniel Halan 12. March 2008 23:44

As WM-data just became Logica here in Sweden we have changed our laptops and entered a new domain, with that there came new policies and rules. One of them is the enforcement of using the User Account Control (UAC) on all Vista machines, which is pumped out each time logging into the Logica domain.

This presented a problem that needed to be solved, how to be able to work inside the domain and still be effective? Solution: A NT Service that continuously turns off the UAC.

Here is an install for the small service that just checks so the UAC is not turned on when the computer is shutting down.


DisUacSetup.msi (392,00 kb)

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