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I am not an hardcore scripter and this is probably not for hardcore scripters.
I have for quite some time searched for a handy way of not accidentally running batch scripts that requires administrative previlieges, WITHOUT it being able to run the first few commands that doesn't need administrative previlieges, and just ends up messning things up.
Anyway, here it is, I did not find it on google, I scavanged it from a batch script that originally started a program.
Where it says "Insert commands here" at row 7 is where your code goes. To clarify, you delete "Insert commands here" and put your code where that line was.
@echo off ::call :check_Permissions call :checkperms if "%ADMIN%"=="FAIL" goto :EOF Insert commands here :check_Permissions :: net session >nul 2>&1 :: sfc 2>&1 | find /i "/SCANNOW" setlocal enabledelayedexpansion fsutil dirty query %systemdrive% >nul if not errorLevel 1 ( echo Administrative permissions confirmed. ) else ( echo You need to run as Administrator [use right-click - Run as administrator]. echo. echo If you ran as Administrator, please check your PATH environment variable includes the Windows\system32 folder. echo. echo PATH VARIABLE = "!PATH!" echo. color cf pause Set ADMIN=FAIL ) endlocal goto :eof :checkperms set randname=%random%%random%%random%%random%%random% md %windir%\%randname% 2>nul if %errorlevel%==0 (echo Administrative permissions confirmed. goto end) if %errorlevel%==1 ( echo You need to run as Administrator [use right-click - Run as administrator]. echo. color cf pause Set ADMIN=FAIL goto end) goto checkperms :end rd %windir%\%randname% 2>nul goto :eof
If you found any problems in my grammar or in the commands, just tell me, thanks!
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