In office settings (maybe SBS, maybe workgroups), do you make the average user a local admin (would you answer different for XP or Win 7?)?
Seems apps like quickbooks and likely many others don't run right if the user is not a local admin (yeah, I heard newer versions of QB fixed that?). Updates to java, flash, etc. need that. seems like a big headache for the IT person that does break fix for them - you'll get loads of calls from users 'I can't do this, I can't do that', and again, some LOBs just won't work, right?
Am I wrong?