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Win7 RDP - Admin Login Prompt Cant See

Posted on 2013-01-04
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When I RDP to a workstation, to a Non-Admin User, when I need to install as an "Admin" - once I initiate the "RunAsAdmin" install, the screen goes black.  Only the local user is able to see the prompt.  I cant share my Admin login to the Non-Admin user.
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Question by:LexLuthur
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by:Kent Dyer
ID: 38745133
Wait a second..  Why not just use a GPO/LGPO to deploy the software?  The other option is to use runas

HTH,

Kent
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by:LexLuthur
ID: 38745229
it's not always to install - to make modifications, access files, uninstall.
runas is not full proof.
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by:aindelicato
ID: 38745314
Are you both running Windows 7?

Are you actually using RDC or Remote Assistance?

Remote Assistance cannot see UAC prompts, only the user can.

If you actually use RDC to connect the user's screen should go to a "Lock Screen" .. but you would see UAC prompts.
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by:LexLuthur
ID: 38745513
Remote Assistance and both Windows 7
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by:aindelicato
ID: 38745550
This is by design.

Remote Assistance cannot see UAC prompts, only the user can.
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LexLuthur earned 0 total points
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found a solution:  registry entry to allow UAC prompt
runas /user:domain.admin cmd
run reg file - AUC now appears
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by:LexLuthur
ID: 38758274
because my solution works and the others were only comments
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