Does UAC need to be disabled on SEP Manager server?

I need a solution

Hello,  we have a new / fresh installation of SEP Manager version 14 Mp2 on Windows Server 2012 R2 OS platform. We were able to install SEP Manager successsfully & even the clients reported their status etc . We have been noticing a wierd issue that the “Symantec Embedded Database” Windows service keeps crashing automatically every night.  I have to go in and manually start the service to be able to login to SEP Manager console.   After working with technical support, we have tried reinstalling Symantec EP Database from scratch using the local administrator account but even after the reinstall the DB service keeps crashing.  Upon further troubleshooting and running the Sym Diag tool , we noticed the below errors in the log file.   The solution was then to disable UAC.  Is this normal and recommeded by Symantec to disable UAC ? As we know that UAC is enabled by default for security reasons & keep it disabled isnt recommended especially in high security environments.   Any body else in same boat as me ?                                                                                         

  9/27/2017 0:41    Application    Error    SQLANY64 16.0    SymantecMgr.lab.local        1    The description for Event ID ‘1’ in Source ‘SQLANY64 16.0′ cannot be found.  The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display the message, or you may not have permission to access them.  The following information is part of the event:’SQLANYs_sem5’, ‘Fatal error:  A disk write to file “C:Program Files (x86)SymantecSymantec Endpoint Protection Managerdbsem5.log” failed with error code: (1117)’
 
9/27/2017 0:41    Application    Error    SQLANY64 16.0    SymantecMgr.lan.local        1    The description for Event ID ‘1’ in Source ‘SQLANY64 16.0′ cannot be found.  The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display the message, or you may not have permission to access them.  The following information is part of the event:’SQLANYs_sem5’, ‘Fatal error:  Internal error.’
 

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