UAC not turning off in Windows 2008 R2 after disabling in Regedit, local policy and control panel. Still getting filtered token. RRS feed

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  • Tried just about everything and UAC won't turn off. As I was typing this message what I noticed was a few options to try like disable UAC from command prompt and it does not work. I've logged in using the psexec tool as system in the registry and it still didn't work. I turned off all of the UAC features in Local policy, still no luck. I am trying to remove TrustedInstaller from the root of the c: drive as owner and replacing that with Administrators. When I look at process check I can see that I am using a filtered token. Turning off UAC and logging back in does not work. Admin approval is not on it's turned off in the policy along with the other settings. Please help at a clients site. Thanks.

    Tuesday, August 13, 2013 8:04 PM


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