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We have a forced mandatory user account which we've used for years for machine maintenance. In the last week ...
11th January 2013, 12:14 PM #1
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odd security issues with mandatory account
We have a forced mandatory user account which we've used for years for machine maintenance. In the last week odd things have been happening when logged on as that user, such as access to folders being denied, our user creation script being deined while running and the uac shields showing up on menu items and desktop items. The UAC is switched off on all our clients. I have 3 laptops infront of me at the moment, one of which works perfectly as it should and two dont. I created a new local admin account on the two which arent working and both also act as if UAC was turned on, asking permission for folder access. I took a gpresult when logged in as the forced mandatory user and have attached them for you to view (good1.txt is the working logon and bad1.txt is the faulty one).
The only difference i can see is in this section "The user has the following security privileges ----------------------------------------------" and is totally missing on the client which isnt working. There are no policy processing errors in the logs and i have made no changes to anything to do with UAC.
Any ideas as to what has happened would be much appreciated.
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