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RunAsProfessional and User Account Control

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we have an admin that writes scripts and executes them using RunAsProfessional.  So the files that run are RAP scripts I suppose.  

Anyways, he insists on using our administrator account and not a service account with elevated privileges.  He says that because we have UAC turned on that he can only use administrator.  Please help me find a work-around for this guy as he will not give in.

The workstations are Windows 7 Pro and XP Pro, the Servers are 2008 R2
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Although this link is for Vista, it works for 7.

http://dailyapps.net/2008/01/hack-attack-disable-uac-for-certain-applications-in-vista/ 

I would just fire the admin.
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LOL - I wish I could...  Thanks.
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