I was digging around to figure out where the UAC controls went.
Well they are here, but named weird: @appinfo.dll,-200, .-201 and so on.
When I view details, the explanation is there in german.
But the dropdown lists are empty. (seems for some missing translation),
so I am unable to choose anything.
Policies with activate/deactivate migh work, but policies with more settings do not.
Any way to get around this or just using powershell?
For me it just seems translation errors (which I found a bunch), the worst is in Hyper-V.
When you want to restart, it warns you that you delete a server instead of restarting it....
Anyway, any guidance how to solve it?
Would be good if a translation is missing, that it's just english...
Try to edit corresponding registry key to get around this:
Windows Server 2012: Deactivating UAC
How to disable UAC
UAC Group Policy Settings and Registry Key Settings
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