Open your Windows start menu, search for the notepad application and then right click the notepad icon. I'm signed in to my computer Surface Pro 3 running Windows 10 through my Microsoft account, which I thought was set to administrator. Questions like this one I want to bypass administrator rights, I want to bypass elevation prompts need to be thought of in terms of malware: If this was easy to do, wouldn't malware do it? The first one is the computer name, and the second one is the username of your administrator account. If you can't do that from your admin account then activate the super admin account. To recap, the trick is that instead of directly opening a protected file in the associated application, you run the application first as an administrator and then open the file inside it. I suggest you review your approach to your installation process with the above restrictions in mind. If you face this issue, you need to disable the Antivirus software temporarily or exclude the hosts file from the protection.
This tutorial is a very good solution for a single user system on computer, who doesn't want to work under administrator account and just want to run some applications as administrator from this limited account. At this time, it should have no password. Also, this thread has already been marked answered. As you are trying to distribute software, I suggest you forget about scripting it but create a software distrubtion package. Since it is complex, it is not really suitable for software distribution.
If this is a standalone just take off the YourDomain. Let Standard Users Run Programs as Admin To let standard users run a program with administrator rights, we are going to use the built-in Runas command. This also prevents the server from tracking your movements. I have created a shortcut to my batch file and checked the box for run as administrator with the same result. Backup and Restore Hi, I found a registry script that creates an option on the windows explorer context menu that allows you to run a batch file. For the first time, you need to enter the administrator password. For more information please see the Windows version that applies to you.
Is there a way to run a batch file with an elevated command prompt? Click Save to apply the changes. We are using Task Scheduler to run a batch file by creating a scheduled task configured to 'Run As Administrator'. You can even use it to quickly. I also don't have the option if I right click to run File Explorer with Administrator rights. We did something similar a couple of years ago.
I wondered if this was something to. I am trying to add addresses to a host file, but can't. That should fix any permissions issues. We temporarily created a new administrative user for this in case anyone was shoulder surfing. Also, the group policy is being applied and there are no error logs on the workstation event viewer. Anyway, now whenever you click on that shortcut, it will open Notepad as Administrator.
Thanks, Tina Soni Tina, You can't ignore the credential, it must be needed!!! The savecred option in the above command will save the admin password so that users can run the application as an admin without actually entering the password. And you will likely also not need a special batch file either. Still, if there is a mission-critical app that has no other decent alternative, this is still much better than granting the user admin rights just to be able to use a single app. This option is not available on Windows 7 Home or Starter Editions and will be ignored. If you have any feedback on our support, please click Create a service account that has local admin privileges and run the scheduled task as that user. I created a logon script the same way called test. After typing your command, hit Ctrl+Shift+Enter to run it with admin privileges.
Do you know what that particular switch is doing? It can be compiled into an exe. This guide shows you how to edit hosts file and Windows 8. Of course before you do this you need to know everything the elevated application is capable of. Apparently i have some permissions issues. Is there any other option? Hi, Thanks for your response.
If anything strikes your mind that could help me resolve the problem, please share it. It we were able to get your script working, it would be flagged to microsoft as a security vulnerability. Then enter the full path of the batch file, enter. Do you know what that particular switch is doing? Now click on the Shortcut tab and then click on the Advanced button. As good as that is, you sometimes may need to allow a standard user to run a program with administrator rights.
No, you don't get it. The idea is to have the end user be able to click on a link from a webpage and install the program itself, as opposed for our Helpdesk be required to install the program. I tried runas option, but its prompting for admin password, which we can't provide as users will not know. The batch script needs to create a folder in Program files, and copy the necessary files, install several programs, as well as make several registry key changes. To do this, follow these steps: 1. Hi Yolanda, Our user won't know the admin password to enter it for first time also. This is to prevent hosts file modification by any virus, spywares or malware.
Kelly Armitage wrote: Well I assumed it would be a long shot. I did not need to disable the anti-virus or Windows Defender. Kind of a long process for something so simple. Type the name of whatever command—or program, folder, document, or website—you want to open. But will it work if i need to run the application in elevated privileges. Also, make sure the account running the task has permission to run the task and access the location of the batch file.