I'm hoping to get some advice in relation to launching a ZENworks bundle which runs a .exe from a remote server share on a Windows 10 client device that has UAC enabled.
We are using the HP SSM tool to deploy drivers and firmware to all our laptops and desktops. UAC was not enabled in our Windows 7 SOE so we never had any issue's running the HP SSM.exe silently as the 'Run As Logged In User' account that initiates the SSM.exe from a mapped drive on a remote server, (Our domain users are a member of the 'Local Administrators' group).
Now with Windows 10 we have had to enable UAC and this is now initiating a UAC prompt every time the SSM bundle is launched. I realise that there are options to launch applications as a 'Scheduled Task' in Windows 10 and you can 'Run With Highest Privileges'.
Just wondering what my options are to bypass the UAC prompt? I could run using the 'Secure System User' account; however this account would not have access to the mapped drive where .exe is located.
Any ideas would be much appreciated, many thanks.