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Run Bat File As Administrator?


I know there is a checkbox in the propertires of a batch file where you can select that this file should always be run as admin. But that checkbox is for me grayed out and inactive both on my Windows 7 Ultimate home system and on a Server 2008 at work.


View 3 Replies (Posted: Apr 27, 2010)

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