How to make perform.msc run with Power user Rights..

Posted on 2006-04-05
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Hello All,

Can anybody let me know how to make perform.msc can run with Power user Rights.

Pls let me know if any one has faced the issued. pls let me know.

Thanks  & Regards
Question by:gmaghesh

Accepted Solution

gabeso earned 80 total points
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You must run the tool as a user who is a member of the power user group

c:> runas /user:user@domain.com perform.msc

would do this in a domain environment.

On a separate machine just add your user to the "power users" group using the user accounts tool

then run it.

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This article has a lot more about elevating privileges, caching credentials, etc.


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