Our customers uses the enterprise program Kaseya which we use to deploy applications.
When we create a install script for the DMA, we first choose to install it as the current user. Unfortunately, this makes the UAC pop up with the question if it is OK to install the DMA. Running with -silent switch gives the same result. The only way we can get rid of the UAC pop up is to run the install using the local SYSTEM account. No UAC is shown, the service installs just fine and the current user's mail-adress etc pops up in the portal.
Questions: Is this a valid solution? Does the DMA collect all neccesary data just as if it were installed as the current user?
Neither email-install or GPO is an option for us.
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