Windows 10 v1809 - software install from network drive requires clicking 'Ok'.
Deploying a Windows 10 scripted install, I am able to run our scripted install that points to a network share. The batch file we're using to install the software maps the drive to J: and then starts the install process with 'start /wait <command>'. On the 1803 ISO it works fine and never prompts to run the software installer. When I change the ISO in the scripted install to the 1809 ISO (the latest one from MS, re-released at the end of November 2018 and the first release in October) it stops and prompts us to 'Run' the software. Essentially, it appears that UAC does not get turned off on the 1809 ISO, but does on the 1803 ISO. Has anyone had a similar issue with 1809? It appears to work on local packages, but not on software that is installing from a network drive. Thanks in advance.
Channeler is probably right that it is a problem simply with 1809 and how it handles (or mishandles) mapped drives. It appears that UAC indeed does get turned off, and local installs work without fail, so this problem only seems to exist on the post install tasks that map a network drive.