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Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) 5.0

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Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) 5.0

hence, when you disable uac for certain applications, the user can't enter the uac prompt on those applications any more. this is just a temporary measure to say you want to let those applications through without any uac popups. this will allow the user to continue doing work without being interrupted while the system checks for updates and performs other important tasks. once the update or installation has been completed, the user can switch back to uac mode. once uac is enabled again, there is a check box option that you can select for those applications that don't want the uac to pop up again once the installation or update is finished.

in the previous version of microsoft application compatibility toolkit, apps would have to be manually configured with which domains they should allow uac bypass. now you need to configure this setting in the registry. go to hkey_current_user\software\microsoft\windows nt\currentversion\winlogon and create a dword value called uacwithbypass, give it the value of 0, and reboot. this disables uac completely until the next reboot. you can use the same keys to enable uac for other apps with a value of 1. check the key for each app you'd like to have uac enabled.

there are also two policies that handle the uac setting for user profiles. one is called uacenabledforlocalsystem, and it disables uac if the result of a sanity check is "boolean". the other is uacenabled, and it disables uac if the result of a sanity check is "uacenabled". these values appear in the registry at hkey_local_machine\software\microsoft\windows nt\currentversion\profilelist. these values are set by the "standarduser" account, which is the account that automatically starts up after you install vista. 3d9ccd7d82


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