9 thoughts on “Fully Disable User Account Control In Windows Server 2012 & Windows Server 2012 R2

  1. Darth G

    This worked for most things, but an application developed for Windows XP crashes. The faulting DLL is the Windoze base kernel. Awesome job Mickeysoft.

  2. Donald Estes

    I am logged in as Administrator, but when I go to Control Panel -> User Accounts I don’t see “Change User Account Control”. I see only “change account type: and “remove user accounts”, plus Credential Manager and links under that. So I am at a loss as to how to proceed.


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