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Windows 2003 administration access

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Dear All

I want to be able to access in by windows 2003 server as a normal user, but i want to change my mode to administrator without logging off the server, I have tried Run as command but its for a signle application, i need to change my mode so i can be an administrator for all my application.

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Add your user to the domain administrators group?
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I need it to be a normal user.
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May I ask why?
Why not use a dedicated admin account for such operations, that will ensure no mistakes are done because of to much rights for a normal user
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