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First you should be looking at the numeric id instead of the name. It is likely that either the image is running processes as a UID that shares the UID with the systemd uid on the host. Anyway look at your docker image, some images allow you to control which UID or user the processes as. Perhaps you need build a new image that updates the UID.


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To elaborate a bit on Gregs answer on a high level, UAC filteres out user's administrator access token. So if you grant the Administrators group full access, users that are a member of that group will not have that token unless explicitly added by consenting to the UAC dialog. If you grant group xyz full access, than your user account does have that token ...


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This is the expected behavior with User Account Control. There isn't any difference between 2012 R2 and 2019.


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