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Start IE as a different user-Windows2008 server

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I am on windows 2008 server. I need to run IE not as the login user but as a different user. when I right click on the IE icon it does not give me a "Run As" option.

Can someone please let me know how can it be run as a different user in Windows 2008.
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by:Rikin Shah
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You need to go to the IE.exe path or you can just create a shortcut and try "run as".
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by:ank5
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It gives me the option to "Run As Administrator". But it does not give me an option to run as any other user.
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Chev_PCN earned 500 total points
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Use SHIFT and right-click. This gives you an expanded set of context menu items.
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