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Runsetas - Running as local system account

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I am having a problem finding an example of how to use the runasset command to make the script run as the local system admin acount. Can someone provide me with an example? Thanks.

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I am having a problem finding an example of how to use the runasset command to make the script run as the local system admin acount. Can someone provide me with an example? Thanks.

Whats wrong with the helpfile example ? :whistle:

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Whats wrong with the helpfile example ? :whistle:

All I see in the example in the helpfile folder is this...

; Set the RunAs parameters to use local adminstrator account

RunAsSet("Administrator", @Computername, "adminpassword")

; Run registry editor as admin

RunWait("regedit.exe")

; Reset user's permissions

RunAsSet()

I'm wanting to run as the local system account... the same account that is used to run things like startup scripts.

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All I see in the example in the helpfile folder is this...

; Set the RunAs parameters to use local adminstrator account

RunAsSet("Administrator", @Computername, "adminpassword")

; Run registry editor as admin

RunWait("regedit.exe")

; Reset user's permissions

RunAsSet()

I'm wanting to run as the local system account... the same account that is used to run things like startup scripts.

Then use the same command. That is not only for an admin account, although that is what the RunAs is typically used for but you can use RunAsSet for any account.

RunAsSet("SystemAccount", @ComputerName, "SystemAccountPassword")

That should work fine.


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