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If UAC is not operating as expected, check the UAC settings. The default settings typically work well, and it is probably a good idea to restore the defaults, after first noting any changes that have been made. If you consider it wise, you can then try changing settings one at a time to what they were when you started the investigation. You can then locate the setting that caused the reported problem. Also, remember that you must configure UAC in a workgroup on a per-computer basis. If a user is accustomed to using one workstation and decides to use another, the user experience might be different. A reported fault might not be a fault at all, but merely somebody else s settings.
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Lesson 1: Configuring and Troubleshooting User Account Control
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Sometimes a local administrator might not understand the effects of UAC settings. Such a user might, for example, disable the Virtualize File And Registry Write Failures To Per-User Locations setting because I didn t understand what it did, so it seemed like a good idea to disable it. The user then reports that important legacy software no longer runs. A user might disable Run All Administrators In Admin Approval Mode, believing this setting applies only to administrators, and then report that standard users can no longer run programs by supplying administrator credentials. Restoring UAC defaults gives you a sensible starting point. You can then take it from there.
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Practice: Configuring UAC and Testing Your Settings
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In this practice session, you configure UAC settings and test them while logged on as a standard user, an administrator, and the built-in Administrator. The practice session uses the user accounts you created in 4, Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Access. To perform the practices as written, you need to have successfully completed Practices 1, 2, and 3 of 4, Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Access, Lesson 1, Configuring and Troubleshooting Parental Controls and Content Advisor. At a minimum you need to have created one standard user account. If you want to, you can use the administrator account that you created when you installed Windows Vista. Practice 1: Adding Administrative Tools to All Programs on the Start Menu In 4, Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Access, you added the Run command to the Start menu and accessed tools such as Local Users And Groups by opening the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) from the Run box and installing the required snap-in. Adding Administrative Tools to All Programs on the Start menu provides a more convenient method of accessing these tools. 1. Log on by using the parent_admin account that you created in 4, Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Access. (This user s password is P@ssw0rd.) 2. Right-click the Start button, and select Properties. 3. On the Start Menu tab, click Customize. 4. Scroll down to System Administrative Tools, and select Display On The All Programs Menu, as shown in Figure 5-12.
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5. Click OK. 6. Click OK to close the Taskbar And Start Menu properties dialog box. Practice 2: Enabling the Built-In Administrator Account For testing purposes only, this practice enables the built-in Administrator account. First, however, you rename the account and assign a complex password. This account should always be password-protected and should not be called Administrator. 1. If necessary, log on by using the parent_admin account. 2. On the Start, All Programs menu, click Administrative Tools, and select Computer Management. 3. Click Continue in the UAC dialog box. 4. Expand Local Users And Groups, and click Users. 5. In the details pane, right-click the Administrator account and select Rename, as shown in Figure 5-13.
Lesson 1: Configuring and Troubleshooting User Account Control
Figure 5-13
Renaming the Administrator account
6. Rename the Administrator account Don_Hall. 7. Right-click Don_Hall, and select Set Password. 8. Read the message in the Warning box, and then click Proceed.
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