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How to Disable Windows Security Center Notifications For Domain?

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We have a about 50 computers on a domain. About 10 of them are Vista computers.I've disabled UAC on vista computers, thus causing security notifications:


Annoying Pop-Up

Pop-Up
How do I disabled this notification? I know how to do it on a individual basis:


Disable notification

How to disable for individual
But I want to do it for the Domain. User's don't know how to do this, and it's hard finding a time to disable this for every user when they login.
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SBS 2011 (So pretty much server 2008)
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Policy can be found at:

Computer configuration > Administrative templates > Windows Components > Security Center > There you can switch it on or off.
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Thanks! Got it all working
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