When you restrict rights for users you eliminate the ability for SUS to function properly. Do you have any suggestions on how to do both at the same time? I manage 25 users on MS SBS Back Office.
One possible way to do this is to run SUS with its own privilege set – to run it in its own user account, perhaps, with specifically-elevated privileges. Check out Aaron Margosis on Google. He is a programmer who writes and maintains a great deal of information on this exact subject – running with reduced privileges, or running specific programs / services with elevated privileges when needed.
is full of useful information, including utilities and walkthroughs, that cover this subject from many different angles.
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