Essentially, I have done the same as this question for Windows 7 and it worked, however switching OS to Windows 10, this "workaround" no longer appears to work.
Testing from a non-elevated command line, on Windows 7 it works, but on Windows 10 it gives "ERROR: Access is denied.", evidently Microsoft have changed something in Windows 10 and prevents this workaround from working.
Note, I only want to allow the user to run the task, not make any changes to it or other tasks.
Anyone noticed this and found a way to get it working again on Windows 10?