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Windows 2000 Features (Add-on to Part Two)

Windows 2000 Features (Add-on to Part Two)

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Aug 1, 2000


Christopher Rice

    Today I received an e-mail from a gentleman named Steven Trull.  He gave me a great tip for adding on to my tips for using the RunAs command.

Today I received an e-mail from a gentleman named Steven Trull. He gave me a great tip for adding on to my tips for using the RunAs command. Please give it a try as I have found that it is pretty helpful. It will shave time from your uncomfortable visits to users locations.

    Please give it a try as I have found that it is pretty helpful.

    It will shave time from your uncomfortable visits to users locations.

    Here you go:

    Something that I use to make my job easier is the run as command as well. With one difference (try it, you'll 

like it!), instead of checking if the service is running and adding an account, I simply check to see if the service 

is active. Then I press and hold the "Ctrl" and "Shift" buttons while I right click on the program I wish to execute 

as myself or an admin. I then select the run as commend from the right click menu with my left mouse button 

and enter my credentials or the admin credentials. Let me know if that works out for ya. And keep up the great 

work!      

 

    I hope you will all give this a try and let me know how it works out.  Also, if you have any other tips like this, please let me know and I can publish them.

 

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