Related to my other question, I need to be able to run the command prompt NOT as an admin. Whenever I launch a command prompt, either from the Start Menu, or by double clicking the
C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe file in File Explorer, it runs it with elevated permissions.
How can I run it so it just runs in the normal non-elevated mode? Cmd.exe isn't required to be ran as admin, and typically when you launch it, it doesn't run as admin, but for some reason it is defaulting to run as admin on this machine. This is on a Windows Server 2012 R2 server. My account I'm logged in with has admin privileges (but it's not the default built-in Administrator user account), and the only workaround I can think of is to run it as a different user that does not have admin priviledges, which would require me to first create a non-admin account on the server, which seems excessive. Is there an easier way?