|21 Sep 2011||#1|
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elevated task scheduler shortcut for standard user
I logged into a administrator group account and made a shortcut and scheduled a program with task scheduler as pointed out here.
Now I have 3 Standard accounts, 2 Administrator group accounts and a Administrator Account. When I place the shortcut on the standard users desktop, it doesn't work.
I notice at the page that I mentioned, it says that you must be logged into a Administrator account for this to work, but I have done this before and it worked.
Has an update been released that stops this working?. It is a real pain. Another person on here mentioned that it may be done by making it a service and the service provides the privileged access when it needs it. How is this done?
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