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Running Cmd As Administrator In Windows 7


HarryT
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Hi,

Im a little new to this but I have spent hours trying to get the Ducky to execute cmd as Admin without success...

I know I have to right click the cmd icon and run as Administrator. CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER triggers the UAC and LEFTARROW, ENTER will permit it to run as Admin. So far, all I get is standard user cmd prompt.

I just cant seem to get the CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER to work.

DELAY 5000

CONTROL ESCAPE

DELAY 200

UPARROW

DELAY 200

UPARROW

DELAY 200

UPARROW

DELAY 200

UPARROW

DELAY 200

PAGEUP

CONTROL SHIFT

DELAY 2000

ENTER

DELAY 3000

LEFTARROW

DELAY 3000

ENTER

Also tried CONTROL SHIFT ENTER on the one line - no go.

Im sure some of you experts have solved this - otherwise its almost impossible to progress in Win 7!

Have tried verbatum scripts from forums but they dont solve this..

I'd sure appreciate to know how you guys solved this.....

Thanks

HarryT

I need a vacation!

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walk through the sequence manually, with no mouse. You might need to tab to the yes button for uac or such, but if you can do it manually from keyboard all steps, you can do it with the ducky. By the way, better to post in the ducky threads, someone might have asked how to do this already and might be documentation or another posted script, that shows how to do it.

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Within DOS you can also use the "runas" command, not sure if that will be very effective in your case though.

http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/can-use-command-run-dos-mode-t1731164.html

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