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There is an excellent command line utility for windows called hrping (high resolution ping) that times the round trip for pings in microseconds. It runs under Windows 7 but has the annoying behavior of popping up a UAC alert when starting and opening in a new window. Is there anything I can do to get this program to run in the current window so its output is not lost? Thanks. -- Bud

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Humm. I just tried it on Windows 7 Home premium in a "administrator" command prompt and it works fine. Not sure why it is different on Windows 7 Pro. – cduced Nov 28 '09 at 20:36
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Have you tried runas /user:administrator hrping? It should prompt for a password in the shell, hopefully bypassing a graphical display.

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