Monday, January 18, 2016

Powershell Script to Enable Run As User in Windows 10

Windows 10 doesn't include a Run as Different User feature in the Start Menu by default.  This is a pain for those of us who need to elevate privileges within our corporate environments.

Fortunately, the fix is pretty simple: just add a registry key that enables the feature.  Unfortunately, I find myself having to do this on every computer I work from.  To make it easy for myself, I created a simple PowerShell script that I can look up here. So, without further ado, here's the script.

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