I'm running Windows 7 (Enterprise, x64 if it makes any difference)
My account has admin privileges on this PC, but is a regular user on the domain.
I have another user account that is a member of Domain Admins. Generally, I can run admin tools as that user, and the fact that they are sometimes not elevated locally doesn't matter - they have full privileges on the domain, and that's what usually counts.
But occasionally, I need to do things like copy a file I've downloaded into a folder on a server that I need admin privileges to access. My admin account, when non-elevated, doesn't have access to my own account's private data on the PC.
I can launch a command prompt elevated under my own account, or I can launch a command prompt non-elevated under my admin account. But, short of using switch user, I can't come up with a way to launch a command prompt elevated as another user.
Anyone got any brilliant ideas?