On 6 Feb, 19:22, "John Kelly" <jk2005 gmail> wrote:
> Perhaps you don't want to run as administrator simply with different
> credentials. Example, specific user created to run exmerge to backup
> mailboxes. Admins are specifically denied this right.
> "Ko" <K...@nospam.nospam> wrote in message
> > There is a cmd prompt in the menu accessoiries.
> > You could run that with the option run as administrator and from there do
> > the needed things!
> > Ko.
> > "Jesper" <Jes...@discussions.microsoft.com> schreef in bericht
> >> You can still userunaslike before, but only from the command line. It
> >> has
> >> been removed from the context menu.
> >> I would highly discourage you from usingrunasin a loginscriptthough.
> >> Those are readable to everyone in the domain, exposing the passwords in
> >> them
> >> to everyone.
> >> "Or Tsemah" wrote:
> >>> Hi.
> >>> Can someone please tell me: If i'm an admin on the system, but wants to
> >>> run
> >>> the dsa.msc (For example) as a different user (One which has privileges
> >>> on
> >>> the domain), how can i do this without changing UAC ?
> >>> 2. How can i run login scripts for now on if i can't useRunAscommand
> >>> without specifing a password (In other words, automatically) ?
> >>> Thanks.
> >>> --
> >>> Or Tsemah
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i'm not sure if this will help but have a look at www.dustan.co.uk
there is a backup script which calls a remote script which calls a
runas admin script for remote deployment and installs etc. you could
run the remote script at startup then call the runas admin script
hidden on the network using the $ and set the correct permisions that
no one else could access the directory except the system etc. i use
it all the time on our domain including the backup script for client
computers, i allways hide the folders. Theres is a saying out of
sight out of mind LOL
hope this helps and good luck