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Run cmd with an admin local dedicated account on a non admin session

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tributek

Hello all,

I have some issue on win7 with uac and elevated privileges.

I nedd to add a link on users laptps to restart a service. The users are not administrators of their laptop. To execute services.msc I need to be administrator.

The idea was to start a cmd with a runas using the local administrator account I created especially for it. This doesn't seems to work properly.

If I use #RequireAdmin I guess this will on make a run as administrator, but users are not admin so they won't have enough right to run the script.

Any idea?

Many thanks.

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water

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armoros

Hello tributek

As water posted above a better definition of your problem is needed..

An idea that i have ( until you take help from more experienced users ) is to triger in your users script this :

RegWrite("HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem", "EnableLUA", "REG_DWORD", "0")

It turns off the UAC in win 7 [ but don't know if it is ok to turn it off for the known reasons ]

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