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if exist C:\Windows\System32\CCM\CcmExec.exe (
    net use /del Z:
) else (
    net use z: \\c-svsccm01\SMS_CMB\Client 
    start /d "Z:\" CCMSetup.exe
)

This is a .bat file I created to run a .exe file in the mapped location "Z:\". It runs perfectly in the administrator account but not in the user account (which doesn't have admin rights to install an .exe file).

In the user account, the mapping can be created and deleted but running the CCMSetup.exe doesn't work.

How can I run this CCMSetup.exe with admin rights in the user account?

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Does the user have full permissions to the folder? – Arran Sep 6 '12 at 10:42
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Use te RUNAS tool to run CCMSetup.exe as administrator. – Jay Sep 9 '12 at 12:31

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