Run Certain EXEs with elevated Privleges

I want to run certain exe's with elevated privileges since Adobe CS5 was made to NOT work with mandatory profiles...annoying.
How/can I do this with a group policy?
Using windows server 2003
XP clients
Thanks
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jduawaAsked:
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Grant BerezanSenior Network EngineerCommented:
You can use
runas /user:ComputerName\administrator "C:\Program Files\MySoftware\Software.exe"
if the user has rights in the Local Administrators Group
or
runas /user:DomainName\administrator "C:\Program Files\MySoftware\Software.exe"
if the user has the rights in the Domain Admins.

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jduawaAuthor Commented:
They do not have those rights...they are locked down users/students...Adding them to those groups would be a nightmare...AutoIT might be just what i need
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TheGorbyCommented:
For AutoIT, this would do the trick:
$username="administrator"
$domain="DOMAIN"
$pw="password"
$exe="C:\PathTo\Executable.exe" ;can also be network share, i.e. "\\server\share"

RunAs($username,$domain,$pw,0,$exe)

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jduawaAuthor Commented:
Correct..AutoIT does what i need, thanks
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