User Account: "INTERACTIVE"


  • Programs installed under the Admin account place shortcuts on the desk top of the standard user account. The account that does this appears to be the "INTERACTIVE" account. I want to give the "INTERACTIVE" account full control permissions because the standard user account can't delete the shortcut (UAC). However, I can't find where the "INTERACTIVE" account is to edit it. Can some one please advise how I go about doing this please

    Tuesday, June 14, 2011 7:20 PM

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  • Hi,


    As far as I know, Interactive Logon is just a login way. There is no "INTERACTIVE" account on the computer.


    Windows Interactive Logon Architecture


    UAC is to keep the computer safer. If you want the standard user account could delete the shortcut, you could add the account into administrator group or disable UAC.


    Best Regards,


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