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We are on a domain here and an application will only run either if you are on the local administrator account or you have full admin rights to the machine.

So what I need to do is a way to run the application with the full same permissions as for the local administrator account and without having to enter a password.

I am not talking about when you can right click and hit compatibility run as administrator etc.

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marked as duplicate by KronoS, 8088, Tog, Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007, Windos Mar 28 '13 at 20:08

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This seems like what you want to do.… – Kelbizzle Jan 24 '13 at 18:00

Turn off uac for the computer. The reason you are seeing the prompt is because you are running it as an administrator. Either crate a scheduled task to run elevated or turn off UAC. No way around it that I know of. Maybe someone else more knowledgeable may know.

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Turning off UAC won't change the fact the program will require an administrator privilage to work. Also the obvious reason this is a stupid thing to do, it makes your computer, less secure. – Ramhound Jan 24 '13 at 17:47
No it doesn't but it won't annoy you with the popup anymore. I never claimed it was secure. What do you suggest @Ramhound? This is a duplicate question anyway.… – Kelbizzle Jan 24 '13 at 17:56
Discover what privilage is required by the program, and depending on what privilage it is exactly, elevate the user group's privilage to include it. – Ramhound Jan 24 '13 at 18:00

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