I have a set of users who all use a particular application to do their work. They all use Windows 7 SP1 64-bit Professional. The application in question will not update unless these users are local administrators on their machine and UAC is deactivated.
A couple of these users have abused the ability to install programs onto their computer and it's becoming a problem.
Is there a way to selectively deactivate UAC by path or application such that it will still update, but keeping the usual UAC activity normal?
I have attempted to make the user an owner in the folder that the program is in, and I used this:
however, it did not achieve the desired result.