Windows 10 UAC Workaround
Many Thanks to Bill Becks, WA8WG for this valuable info.
Windows-10 requires that the WWSU executable be run with Administrator rights. This is not a problem except that every time you start the program (with UAC enabled) you have to acknowledge (allow) the program because UAC expects a valid software publisher certificate.
Then set the Action TAB to start a program and point it to the actual WWSU64 executable.
The work around for this is to use the Windows Task Scheduler (taskschd.msc) to create a task named WWSU64 (or any text as desired)
Now create a Shortcut on the desktop with the target line set to “Windows\System32\schtasks.exe /run /tn "WWSU64". Bring up the properties of this newly created Shortcut and click on the Icon tab and point it to the WWSU64 executable. You now have a Shortcut that runs WWSU without the need to constantly deal with UAC security.
Ensure CONDITIONS tab is as per below.
Ensure SETTINGS tab is as per below.