I am using RunAs from a batch file to open a command prompt window using different credentials (basically the same as SHIFT+right-click and opening the command prompt as a diffierent user). Whenever I do this, it works fine but it always opens with the default colors, font, buffer, etc. I've tried issuing the RunAs command from a properly-formatted command window but it always opens a new window using Windows default fonts, colors, etc.
The command I am running is:
%windir%\System32\runas.exe /netonly /user:\ "%windir%\system32\cmd.exe"
Is is possible to globally alter the defaults used by Windows for any command prompt session?
(side note) - I also haven't been able to figure out how to launch anything but Win32 apps using RunAs (if it is possible). I've tried setting up a shortcut with the properties that I need (and using START to launch the shortcut LNK) and launching RunAs that way but I end up with the same results. And I can't open the shortcut directly with RunAs because it isn't a Win32 app.