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How-to elevate privileges by default in Windows 8/10


Dear all


I am testing Windows 8/8.1/10 in order to deploy it for my enterprise. However we have some very specific applications which are still developed in an "old fashion" way, and so they doesn't support automatic deployment etc. so we scripted the installation of them with a couple of batch files.


However now that I installed this new version of Windows, all of those scripts are broken, even if the account used is an administrator account on the PC and even if the UAC is disabled. I faced that the only way for those scripts to run is to make a right-click and choose "Run as administrator".


Do you know if there is a registry key or a group policy I can deploy in order to "always Run as administrator" ?


Thanks in advance for your precious help !

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