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Enable - Disable UAC

Quick Description This Automation Policy will enable or disable User Access Control on the device.
Applies To On-premises MSP N-central 9.0.x
Last Revised Aug. 20, 2012

Overview

This Automation Policy will enable or disable User Access Control on the device. When modifying the User Access Control on a device, a reboot is required in order for the change to take effect.

For the input parameter "Enable UAC", specifying "enable" will check if UAC is already enabled on the device and if not will modify registry settings to enable UAC on the device. Specifying "disable" for the "Enable UAC" input parameter will check if UAC is already disabled on the device and if not will modify registry settings to disable UAC on the device.

For the input parameter "Reboot if Required", specifying "yes" will check if the registry settings pertaining to UAC have changed and if so, will logoff the currently logged on user and restart the device. Specifying "no" for the "Reboot if Required" input parameter will check if the registry settings pertaining to UAC have changed and if so, will log a message within the Automation Policy output "Reboot Required: Please reboot device to complete UAC modification".

Input Parameters

Enable UAC: <string>

enable

Reboot if Require: <string>

yes

Automation Policy

Outcome

UAC is enabled or disabled on the device.

Troubleshooting

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