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NT CMD login script... Run as Admin

Posted on 2004-04-12
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Hi,

Just wondering what I need to do to have a a login script run with the security privilages of an administrator. I have a script that installs a licensing agent however it will only install if the user has admin rights on their local machine. I obviously do not want to give these rights to all users however I would like their login script to run with those rights. Thanks.
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you got NT server? win2k has Run As command.  For NT try PSexec which allows you to execute programs on remote systemsm you can run the pSexec through batch file.  follow the link and read the syntax before applying the commands
http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/psexec.shtml
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Nice,

that's a handy little tool isn't it.

Thanks,

Darryl
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yes it is...:) cheers
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