Thanks for the great program.

I'm trying to start a .bat file which starts powershell with RunAs administrator. When i start the bat file manually it runs fine, as administator, all good. But when i do the same thing thru PaExec it starts the bat file and powershell, but it is not run as administrator.

I'm using powershell to start PaExec with the parameters. But it looks this this:

\\dc01\paexec.exe \\dc02 -u domain\user -p password -h \\dc02\file.bat -n 120 -to 900 -lo \\dc02\logs\

This works, it just doesnt run my script as administator. Dont know if it's relevant, but the .bat file looks like this:

PowerShell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Command "& {Start-Process PowerShell -ArgumentList '-NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File ""\\dc02\Install Script.ps1""' -Verb RunAs}";

Thanks in advance.

asked 18 Nov '14, 03:25

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edited 18 Nov '14, 03:29

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