I have a real strange one... I do IT work for an accounting firm, and because they have such a diverse group of clients, they have many different versions of Quickbooks installed at once. All employees run as "standard Users" (ie, not admin or power users). All PC's are Win7-64 bit, fully patched via a local WSUS server.
Somehow about three weeks ago (maybe a month... perhaps last month's patch tuesday caused it?) all of the users started reporting that the Quickbooks 2011 desktop icon was displaying with a "UAC Shield" on it and they were being prompted for a username and password when they invoked the program.
The strange thing is, the username and password that they were ALREADY LOGGED ON WITH worked to bypass this UAC prompt. But once the program opened no network drives were available, almost as if they had been logged in with a separate copy of their profile but without the logon script running first so no mapped drives are available.
A complete reset of a given user's profile fixes the problem, but that is not a real acceptable solution...
So, any suggestions for ways that I can change the UAC prompting for this application? There has to be something in the profile that causes this to happen that I can look into.
I appreciate any suggestions,