I have some 2000 Terminal Servers where for one reason or another the screen colors and the default printer will change. As a quickfix for users I would like to give them a button that would switch the screen colours/background and the default printers back to what they want. One problem is that in order for the screens and default printer to be reverted the user would have to have admin rights. I would like to
1) have a script that would do this
2) point a shortcut on their desktop to this script so that when they click it will start a process that has enough rights to switch things back - in other words elevate the process to run as admin without the user entering admin name and password
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