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Windows 7: Elevated command via batch file?


01 Feb 2013   #11
nigelmercier

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

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I'm pretty sure that the connectify software for creating a hosted wireless network, can be set to start up automatically when the machine is started. This should be easier for a Novice.

Connectify Hotspot - Connectify
It's a novice using it, not setting it up, so Connectify is a bit OTT.
That's as easy as it's going to get.
Yes, but Connectify will run automatically, I don't want it to do this.

This is all a red herring anyway, perhaps I gave too much detail or posted in the wrong forum. The bottom line is that I want to run an elevated command via a batch file, without going via the right click menu. It would be simple if the batch file had a tick box for Run as Administrator, but it is greyed out.


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01 Feb 2013   #12
doubled822

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, BackTrack Linux 5 R2, Windows XP
 
 

Maybe if you describe the situation a little better we could help. It's not really making sense to me personally...you have a user that occasionally wants to use a certain PC, and this certain PC is going to act as a "virtual" router? To serve other PC's connections? Does this user know that their PC is intended to function this way?

Wouldn't it be easier just to buy an actual router?
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01 Feb 2013   #13
nigelmercier

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Strange how some folks question ones reasons for asking a question.

All sorted, the trick was to create a shortcut to the batch file, and select the Run as Administrator tick box for that. Now when this computer has an active Wi-Fi connection, it can be shared with local iPads etc.

[Later] Found this trick is already mentioned on the W7F, see here post #15, with another method at post #16
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