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How do I get past the UAC when writing a script to push 3rd-party applications?

My objective in this endeavor is to push out programs such as JAVA, Flash, Ccleaner, Defraggler, etc. using a script.  They are compiled into an .msi file and it installed silently, but unfortunately, it triggers the UAC to pop.  I'm wondering if anybody's found a workaround for this without having to disable it completely.  I'm trying to avoid using GPO's or OU's o get this done.

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naykam

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thanks so much for you answer, naykam!
I just wanted to clarify what my question really is:
Is there a way to silently install applications while a user is logged on as well as when they are not... if it is possibe to do that.
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