The Windows operating systems include a number of performance and usability features. In this video, you’ll learn about User Account Control, BitLocker, Volume Shadow Copy, System Restore, and much more.
In which of these situations would you make use of UAC?
Windows includes a number of features that are very unique to the Windows operating system. In this video, you’ll learn about User Account Control, BitLocker, Readyboost, Windows Easy Transfer, and much more.
You want to continue using UAC, but you’d like to change the UAC interaction for certain events. Which of these would be the best way to make this configuration change?
One of your Windows 7 users does a lot of work from home, but the Windows 7 UAC secure desktop is causing problems with the remote desktop software. Which of these would be the best way to remove the secure desktop while keeping the UAC functionality?
In Windows Vista and Windows 7, which of these events would normally activate a User Account Control prompt?
Which one of these would be the most likely to require a UAC escalation?
You’re running a legacy application in Windows 7 that needs access to the registry, and this access causes the User Account Control Secure Desktop prompt to appear. Unfortunately, the application doesn’t operate properly when the UAC messages appear. Which of these would be a method of modifying an individual user’s UAC configuration?
User Account Control is a significant security feature of Windows 7, and there are numerous UAC configuration options available. In this video, you’ll learn how to configure local security policy, modify UAC behavior, and the security benefits of Secure Desktop.
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?