Just recently there was a batch file permissions problem posted here. I'm also trying to run a command window, but my problem is a bit different.
I have a batch file that cleans out programs' cache before shutting down the system, that I use every night to sign off. Since I demoted my normal user account from Admin, I'm incurring a permissions problem. The batch will fire, but only after I give it the UAC OK. That's as expected.
I'd like to eliminate the need for the UAC OK for this program. But whether I give ownership of the Batch file to the super-admin or to my user account, the Run as administrator option on the Properties/Compatibility tab is grayed out. There simply seems to be no way to give this program residual admin rights.
I'd like to be able to crack this nut, not just for this program but in order to learn more about how permissions work.