Kace K1000 UAC Installing Applications from Network Drives?
My company is transitioning to lock down users accounts and enable user account control. I've setup a test machine for this. We're on a domain and the users have mapped network drives. We store installable programs on specific network drives. The users will not have local administrator rights so if they were to browse to the executable and run it, it would prompt for administrator rights (UAC). Now if I enter credentials for a user with domain administrator rights who is also in the local administrator group it will accept it but the file will not run as the elevated user because that user has no mapped drives for that profile and the system cannot find the network drive. If I create a profile for the domain administrator and map the drives then I can continue with no issue.
Here's my problem. No matter how I try to run the installer through a script on Kace pointing to the network drive or UNC path through the file never runs. In the past with UAC off it works, with UAC on it doesn't. I've tried to change the Run As: with no success.
Here's what the script looks like now. The application it on the K: drive in a folder named wfx32.
Users will need to be able to do themselves through the software library as our IT department can't service every single person in the company every single time they need to run install a program or do a update to a program. I should also mention I some of these programs must be run from the network drive. Any ideas on how to get this going? Thanks in advance.