Disable Administrator Approval for Users in Windows 8

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    The first thing that we need to do is to press the Windows key and then press "R" on the keyboard.
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    When the "Run" window opens, we need to type in "secpol.msc".
    This will allow us to access the Local Security Policy management.
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    We press "Enter".
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    When the "Local Security Policy" window opens, we need to double-click "Local Policies".
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    Then, we double-click "Security Options".
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    At the right side of the window, we need to scroll all the way down to "User Account Control.
    Run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode". It is enabled in this case. We need to disable it.
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    To disable the "User Account Control.
    Run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode" option, we need to double-click it.
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    Then, we select "Disabled" by clicking it.
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    We click "OK".
    Now the message will pop up that we must restart the computer to turn off the User Account Control.
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    We can close the "Local Security Policy" window.
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    Then, we restart the computer.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason

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