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I understand that in Windows 10 Administrator is equivalent to the SuperUser in Linux. It's not. First, administrators are constrained by UAC. If you're logged in as an administrator, but aren't granted full access, first make sure you're using an elevated Command Prompt window (e.g. by holding Ctrl+Shift while opening it, and getting the UAC prompt). (...


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You will need to add an account to the Domain Controller with administrative rights (or use the built in Administrator account on your Windows Server, not recommended though). To create a new account in AD that you can use to add computers to the domain, do the following: Log on as a member of the Domain Admins group, and then open Active Directory Users ...


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How do I add user to a domain using local admin cmd You cannot. Only Domain accounts can add accounts to the domain.


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You managed to be a local administrator on that machine, which means you can only manage that particular machine. In order to make changes to the domain, you actually need to manage the domain. Such is being done through Active Directory Users and Computers. Using this either on the domain controller, or from your own computer and then connecting to the ...


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I completely over answered your question, but hopefully it's helpful. I touched on some general stuff, and then specifics on the default gateway, and finally some other examples. Here are some general comments: I suggest that you do form those calls into functions which among other things will allow you to build up your functions such that higher level ...


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Running specifically programmatically doesnt really work. But, there are some things you can do. For the pinned items in the start menu, hold shift and right click them. The Avecto - Run with Admin Rights (Audited) shortcut should show up). But, anything you want to run with a batch file you can do, just run cmd.exe using Run with Admin Rights. You ...



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