BeyondTrust has unveiled software that will, for $30 a seat, make Vista's UAC prompts disappear.
Privilege Manager 3.5 allows companies to run Vista systems with UAC on but eliminate all UAC prompts. It works by applying policies before a UAC dialogue box appears if UAC is on. If UAC is off, policies will automatically elevate privileges for any activity authorized by the administrator.
My question is this - Is getting rid of Vista's UAC prompts worth $30 to you?
Has Microsoft added a feature to Windows that people are not only annoyed with, but who are willing to pay to get rid of?