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What Windows version you have? In Windows 7, you can do it with User Account Control Settings: Go to Start Button, Control Panel (icon view), Action Center, then click Change User Account Control settings on the left side. You have more information here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/what-are-user-account-control-settings#1TC=windows-7
When a program requests elevation, it requests every admin permission and to be granted the (second, technically) highest set of permissions. It doesn't request a specific permission, and once granted admin it can do anything it wants with those powers.
In the Create Task -> General dialog you have the option to select the user account used to run the task (Change User or Group). You may also want to enable Run with highest privileges. Source Using Task Scheduler to Run Processes Later Creating a Task with the Details View Once you already know what you are doing, there’s no reason to go ...
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