Meanwhile, please check this article: Troubleshooting Task Scheduler Regards. The service is not stopped. The files and folders get created, but the services needed to not get created. My tip for the delay is that the dialog box doesn't always allow the delay you want but if you export the task, edit the xml file , and re-import, you can have a delay of, for example, 2 minutes which ostensibly isn't allowed. You might have to use another batch file first to launch the second with admin rights.
I have no idea why, and this has been confirmed by the vendor. I am in the administrators group on all servers, and I can install the software, but the services do not start with the install. It is impossible by design. I don't see any reference to it in the help. For detailed steps, please refer to this link Regards Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. If anything strikes your mind that could help me resolve the problem, please share it.
The administrator account being domain admin. I can't imagine why you'd need 2 minutes. First, we have enabled Run with highest privilege checkbox in the compatibility section for the shortcut. This kind of ignorant negativity discourage contributors from wasting their time on people that do not try answers before voting down without evidence. This script does the trick! Sorry for the angry dude who down voted my answer. Do I need to use another scripting language I'm not opposed to others, I'm just most familiar with batch? Just paste it into the top of your bat file. No need to download anything.
I have created a shortcut to my batch file and checked the box for run as administrator with the same result. It seems to me that if right clicking a command prompt and going to run as administrator will work, then there has to be a way to script this. Here, most important part is, add tick mark next to Include Administrator Manifest. Solution Hopefully I have got two ideas to create a batch file that will run as administrator itself without the need of another instruction or file. Also, since they are text files, it is very easy to write and edit batch files. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact.
We temporarily created a new administrative user for this in case anyone was shoulder surfing. Create a shortcut and set the shortcut to always run as administrator. The only time it loads normally is when we right click on the actual executable file for my program and click on Run as an Administrator option in the popup menu. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. You neither have to compromise the bat file, nor depend on another file. If you do not see the menu bar, press the key to make the menu bar visible.
I have tried right clicking the batch file and clicking run as administrator, but all that happens is a command prompt pops up and disappears without running anything. Then enter the full path of the batch file, enter. We were also already controlling the local admin group via group policy. I even tried batch file in the task scheduler like someone suggested. I'd like to replicate this functionality in Vista. Please make sure you've set the task to start in the same path that the batch file is located.
Can you install at the console while logged in as a domain admin? I ended up using task scheduler which does the job for my issue, but, again I can use this on other projects! Kind Regards Rash You can run the bat file directly or the powershell script. Also, I have used group policy to do this in the past, and software only installs during startup. I could move it, but I would prefer not to :-D. The question is how to run as an administrator remotely I believe. I can't imagine why you'd need 2 minutes. Otherwise it would just open new processes over and over. I don't care if I have to have the password in plain text, I only need to run it once, and then it can be deleted.
Hi, I am trying to run the below cmd batch file which adds the bitlocker key to active directory. Ther is no guarantee that any installation will not need a reboot to work. The question is how to run as an administrator remotely I believe. It does work in task scheduler doing right click, run. Also, I have used group policy to do this in the past, and software only installs during startup.
Task Scheduler only starts my application or program as a background process. However, I do see my process in the task manager under background process. It also shed light on other possibilities and uses, for this I thank you!. Due to the fact that Windows always starts elevated cmd. Hi, Let me start with my setup. If you want to hide your codes, use the second method, or the first method is recommended. Still looking forward for the best approach for a script run as admin without too much hassle.