Re: How to "Run As" in Vista
To use 'run as' in Vista you will have to run it from an elevated command
prompt. Start, enter cmd into the start/search box, then when command
prompt appears in the list above the search box, right click it and select
Run as Administrator. Type "runas /?" minus the quotation marks for the
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"Brendon B" <BrendonB@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Hi Steve30
> Thanks for replying but I'm not sure I understand what you want me to try?
> Are you indicating that I should search help?
> "steve30" wrote:
>> go to start type run in start search the enter
>> "Brendon B" <BrendonB@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Hi Everyone
>> > I can't seem to find the answer to this simple question.
>> > I need to run certain applications as another Domain account user. For
>> > example, I need to run Internet explorer as my other domain account
>> > which
>> > has
>> > different rights.
>> > You could do this in XP by holding shift and right clicking.
>> > Vista only seems to allow you to "Run As" administrator but not a
>> > specific
>> > user account.
>> > Please can someone help? I hope I have been clear.