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UAC is User Account Control

Fix the instructions on where to find the setting
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@@ -37,9 +37,9 @@ This section walks you through setting up SSH and Git on the windows server to p
These instruction have been tested by me on Windows Server 2003 and 2008 r2. For other versions, YMMV.
Administrative access is required.
-* *(Windows 7 or 2008 r2 only)* Disable User Access Control. We'll re-enable this later. Reboot if necessary.
+* *(Windows 7 or 2008 r2 only)* Disable User Account Control. We'll re-enable this later. Reboot if necessary.
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- *Control Panel > Users > Notify never*
+ *Control Panel > User Accounts > Change User Account Control settings > Notify never*
* Purchase and install WindowsGit from www.windowsgit.com ($9).
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@@ -65,9 +65,9 @@ Administrative access is required.
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*Keys > Import: Paste in public keys; import one at a time.*
-* *(Windows 7 or 2008 r2 only)* Re-enable User Access Control
+* *(Windows 7 or 2008 r2 only)* Re-enable User Account Control
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- *Control Panel > Users >* (restore previous value)
+ *Control Panel > User Accounts > Change User Account Control settings > * (restore previous value)
Now that COPSSH is up and running, ensure that you can SSH into the server as the git user. If you have problems, check the COPSSH event log under the Status tab. Make sure $HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys contains the keys you added.

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