|02 Oct 2012||#1|
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How to access network location as Admin in a Non-Admin Account?
I work in a AD Windows 7 enviornment of aproximately 500 computers. Frequently users are asking us to install software, update adobe or java msi's. Typically we remote in with RDP or Dameware MRC and have to log them out, log in as ourselves (admin) navigate to example "\\FILESERVER\IT\SOFTWARE" and then install the software. Is there anyway to access these network locations from inside the non admin users account without having to close all there work down and log in as myself?
I have tried to run cmd as admin and execute explorer to no avail. Is this even possible? Any insight would be appreciated!! Thanks guys!
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