runas + password + encryption = RunAsSpc
Run application as another user to start program as administrator from a limited account like the command runas, but without to enter login information on each start.
The application and account login information will be read from an encrypted file,
which is built from an administrator on command line by RunAsSpc or the grafical interface RunAsSpcAdmin. Each encrypted file receive its own password, like a fingerprint.
RunAsSpc can also be used without an enrcypted file. Account, password and application can also pass in clear text directly.
RunAsSpc does not require any installation procedure for the following options:
Security patches, software updates, programs, drivers and other packages can be installed by the users themselves,
without having administrator privileges.
An administrator can specify by encrypted files on the computer or on the network, which applications can run with administrator rights.
Many peoble are working under administrator accounts, because some programs require these rights to run correctly.
By using RunAsSpc, a limited user does not need to login as an administrator to run these applications.
Surfing the Internet as an administrator makes the system vulnerable to malware, spyware, viruses and other security
risks. Surf with a limited rights account and the amount of risk decreases dramatically.
Use RunAsSpc to start your Browser under a limited user account.
Do you want to instruct someone to configure a computer, but you cannot give him the administrator password,
because you also use it on other systems?
With RunAsSpc and its encrypted file, which starts the computer manager or a file manager like Total Commander under a local
administrator, you can give him full access to the computer, without giving him the password.
By using RunAsSpc you give an application the permissions instead of the user.
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Run as administrator is not working.
Your application, script, or batch file probably don't request
elevated privileges on an UAC activated system.
If an application request elevated privileges, then RunAsSpc start it with elevated privileges.
A non-elevated application, can run with administrator
rights by using my tool RunElevated
combined with RunAsSpc,
or simply using our advanced tool RunasRob.
Bypass the UAC Dialog is possible with RunasRob.
RunAsSpc couldn’t find the application
- Set the complete path of the application in the encrypted file.
- The application must be reached for the user who calls the application over RunAsSpc, because RunAsSpc read the checksum of the
application before the application will be call under another user context.
RunAsSpc is compatible with the most file endings like *.exe,*.msi,*.bat,*.cmd,*.wsh,*.vbs, *.msc...
Unknown publisher message or Open File security warning dissapear
after you accept RunAsSpc as known application by uncheck the box:
>> Always ask before opening this file <<
Error messages can be suppressed by switch /quiet for example:
>> runasspc.exe /cryptfile:“path/cryptfile.spc“ /quiet <<
UNC Path are supported. Mapped drives not.
The encrypted file can be store on a mapped drive but not the application.
RunAsSpc, cryptfile and the application can be store on different folders.
Errors Codes returned by RunAsSpc:
Most errors codes are explained on MSDN:
RunAsSpc is Running on XP, Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2012, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, 64 and 32 Bit
Restriction in version for private use is the startup window with license information, which appears at random intervals.
Authorize only a specific user or group to run a an application.
This can be achieved by setting NTFS permissions to the encrypted file, the program file or program folder.
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RunAsSpc is only free for private use.
For companies and other organisations we deliver a licensed version, registered to the organisation name.
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