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Looking for a GPO to set UAC Levels

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Is there a GPO that will set the UAC Levels to the four levels you see when running the UAC IU?
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I did. Two things. One.. it was time for a new question. Two.. that link didn't really answer the question about setting the levels and didn't really even go in to a GPO or discuss what needed to be set and where to set it.
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The link is MS documentation about the GPOs that influence UAC. All UAC lever positions can be set that way. Take a test system and try.  The path is computer config - Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options
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Took a lot of search. Finally got the answers needed from the link supplied.
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