I was recently upset to find out I have only Administrative CMD windows when I open any cmd (command prompt) in Windows 7
Now most of the time that is fine but
as the User is an administrator of their machine is this normal behavior these days 2015?
Or should I be concerned? I seem to recall that CMD without the Administrative checkbox in the shortcut properties indicates non-administrator mode but as I can startup/shutdown services in any of my CMD windows(e.g. net start xyzserver)
I have to figure they all are Administrator CMDs
despite the silly check box.
That does not seem right to me. Any comments on this?
Otherwise things seem fine.