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#requireadmin question

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Hello,

I am going to make a simple app with no gui that opens everything i open with the admin account i enter in when it starts up so i don't have to do that over and over everytime i need admin rights.

The way i want it is when i open the app it asks me to enter the admin user/password and from then on everything i open will be opened as admin.

is this possible to do? and if so can someone give me tips to do this? because i know how to use #requireadmin but don't exactly know how to open programs/files and what not with the use of #required admin.

sorry if i didn't explain it very well:') but i do the best i canxD

Thanks in advance. hope someone replys to this^^

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yes but does that work if i run my program and open a file does it automaticly opens it as admin?

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yeah but just one program right?

i don't want that i know how that works:P

i want my script to open every program with admin rights:O

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Log in with an administrator account, there's nothing that AutoIt will be able to do to make this happen.


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i can't i just my account we just have admin accounts to install or open files that need admin rights.

too bad:(

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i have them just not on my account;p

i need to enter the admin details to gain the rights.

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