A Shortcut with special permission. So when double clicked has to take special authenticated to open the application. Is there a way.

Hi,

A Shortcut with special permission. So when double clicked has to take special authenticated to open the application. Is there a way

the users will have just normal User access to open a application they need some extra powers. So can we have a GPO or any thing that can run a shortcut with special permissions.?

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sharath
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HaewoodCommented:
If you're using Vista, right click the shortcut and select properties, then click the advanced button and check the run as administrator box.  You can do this with a new shortcut or an existing one.
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I want to do this via GPO for XP's
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