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RunAsSet and PrintersFolder

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I'm trying to use RunAsSet to display the control panel printers folder. Without RunAsSet, the following snippet will display the control panel printers folder quite nicely.

Run ("RUNDLL32 SHELL32.DLL,SHHelpShortcuts_RunDLL PrintersFolder")

If I precede it with RunAsSet to pass it local admin credentials, it opens an Explorer folder at the root of C: instead. I think there might be something conceptually wrong with what I am doing.

Does anyone know of a way I can allow members of the local workstation's users group to manage their local IP printer ports and associated printers? I'm already using RunAsSet to give them the add/remove printer wizard.


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