I'm a developer of internal software in our company, I've gotten used to UAC in Win7, I prefer to run with in enabled so that our software works correctly with it enabled.
Sysadmins have recently pushed out GPO that turns it off every time we log-in. (So I turn it back on every time I log in.) I can imagine some people are annoyed by it and turn it off, but is that really a good company-wide decision? anyone annoyed by it (local admins) would already have permission to turn it of themselves.. right?
On the other hand we don't have to worry creating UAC friendly software if no workstations or servers have it enabled.
Is there a good reason for doing this? Other than reducing help-desk calls from users recently upgraded from XP?
I can't see the upside of this decision, help me understand.