Elevated Command Prompt in Windows job

Discussion created by Bademo on Feb 1, 2017
Latest reply on Feb 1, 2017 by Bademo
Our company recently migrated some well-used directories from a Windows server without UAC to one that does use UAC. Now all our jobs that run very simple "move" commands are getting "Access Denied" errors. If I log into the server, I get the same messages when running the commands in cmd.exe unless I run cmd.exe as administrator. Our user has administrative rights on the server, and also full permissions on all the files and directories in question. Is there some kind of setting on the Windows agent that allows you to bypass UAC, or does it actually have to be disabled on the server?