Your organization has uses an important application that was custom written in-house. Unfortunately, this application conflicts with portions of the UAC process. What is the easiest way to disable portions of the UAC but still keep other aspects of UAC operating normally?
A) Make a change to the system registry
B) Modify the access permission of each user
C) Use the Local Security Policy console to change the UAC configuration
D) Modify the application to work better with Windows UAC
E) Transfer the developer of the application to the McMurdo Station branch
The answer: C) Use the Local Security Policy console to change the UAC configuration
The Local Security Policy console allows you to make very granular changes to the UAC configuration, allowing almost any conflicting application to work with the maximum amount of UAC control still in place.
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