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Not quite.

For example, on my Vista box, I opened the Start menu, and typed "command prompt".

The key I mentioned in the OP gives me the context menu of the Command Prompt shortcut.

Shift+F10 gives me the context menu of the search text box.

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Not quite.

For example, on my Vista box, I opened the Start menu, and typed "command prompt".

The key I mentioned in the OP gives me the context menu of the Command Prompt shortcut.

Shift+F10 gives me the context menu of the search text box.

hmm.. are you trying to run command prompt as administrator if the there is a way...

type "CMD" and the press ( Ctrl + Shift + Enter)

and then you will get the prompted with "User Account Control dialog"

to get ride of that in Vista press ( Alt + C) and ( Alt + Y ) for windows 7.

I believe this is what exactly you want to do.

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hmm.. are you trying to run command prompt as administrator if the there is a way...

type "CMD" and the press ( Ctrl + Shift + Enter)

and then you will get the prompted with "User Account Control dialog"

to get ride of that in Vista press ( Alt + C) and ( Alt + Y ) for windows 7.

I believe this is what exactly you want to do.

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I'm running Win7 and Alt+C doesn't auto-accept the UAC. Is the key-combo different for Windows 7?

Also, we should use Ctrl+Esc to bring up the Start menu because it's possible to disable the Windows key completely, but Ctrl+Esc still works.

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There are ways to capture a log of all USB communication. The best (but expensive) is using a protocol analyzer like the Beagle 12 from Total Phase. I have one right here, and if that keyboard were here I could just plug it in, start a capture, and press the key.

I have not personally used any of the software approaches that claim to capture USB packet logs. But they are out there. Maybe you could try using one of those?

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