A Tip

Mon, 06/19/2023 - 13:14

A handy shortcut shared by Oliver: "In Windows, you can run anything as a specific user by shift + rightclick and choosing 'run as another user'

There are some caveats, such as the user you're running as may not have a local user profile, and that may cause issues. When running a program as a different user, things are done in that context—so if you go to save something to the desktop, it will save it to the desktop of the user you're running as. A great method for running RSAT tools on a non-privileged computer and account."

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