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I have a very restricted PC (gpo - not batch or command shell). how can i run a batch from gpo during log off process ?

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I have a very restricted computer on which only a few applications are allowed. Batch and the cmd shell is of course prohibited. How can I still run a cleaning-batch when logging off by using the gpo ?
It is a Win 10 pro without Server or domain. I use the local gpo for non-admins.
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It is a problem of rights. So is there any cahnce or way to start the script with admin rights ? I can´t use the script with gpo-shutdown. i have to use gpo-loggoff. This is my problem, because there the skript uses the rights of the current user...
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> How can I still run a cleaning-batch when logging off by using the gpo... I use the local gpo for non-admins.

If you are not admin or don't have admin access, it can just clean the current user.
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I did convert bat2exe an so i could use runas with credentials to higher my rights
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