|03 Jun 2010||#6|
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Hmmm, you could also right click on the batch file, select Properties then click on the Compatibility tab. Check the box that says Run this program as administrator. Then any time you ran it it was run with Administrator privileges. That would also allow you to schedule it to run, but there I think you can specify how to run it.
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