Hello, I'm trying to use paexec command in order to run some batch file as another user.

i use this command:

paexec.exe -u username -p password -i file.bat

if the user (username) is member of the administrator group it works fine, if he doesn't i get this message:

"PAExec v1.25 - Execute Programs Remotely Copyright (c) 2012-2013 Power Admin LLC www.poweradmin.com/PAExec

Using SessionID 8 (interactive session) Failed to set interactive token A required privilege is not held by the client. [Err=0x522, 1314] PAExec starting process ["file.bat"] as <username>

PAExec returning exit code -1073741502 "

It also happens even if i'm trying to run notepad.exe or anything else.

is there any chance to avoid granting the user administrative permissions?

BTW- if i do not use -i flag it works good from cmd (even if the user do not have administrator's permissions), but when i run it from process it fails.

I'll really appriciate your help! Thanks.

asked 18 Mar '15, 03:54

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Make sure the user account you are using actually has logon interactive privs on the target server. Either make it an admin (not-optimal) or grant it 'Allow log on locally' via GPEdit.msc.

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answered 22 Apr '15, 11:21

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