I think this VBScript may do the trick for you, instead of always manually typing in your admin password using the run as command, try this:
How to use or perform “Run as..” feature automatically ?
You can user a simple VBS script for word around of the usual process of “Run as” where an administrator presence is required.
If you need to run a certain program, for example, CPU Z software from a limited of guest account but the said software may need administrative access to run.
From any administrative account, navigate to the installation directory or folder of the software “exe” and place the below VBS script.
set oShell= Wscript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
oShell.Run “runas /user:administrator “”software.exe“”"
Use notepad to copy-paste the above script. Please replace the word “software.exe” with the program which needs to be run, and “yourpassword~” with the administrative password for the windows. Dont forget to add / keep the “~” after your password string.
Please save the file as software-name.vbs (replace with the name of your software in use) and create a start menu or desktop shortcut of it (the vbs file). Now rather than running it from the program’s own shortcut, please run the VBS file for automatic administrative execution.
Write the script using the free verison of vbsedit http://www.vbsedit.com/
Then using the convert script to executable feature of vbedit, create an executable file of the script, which will hide the code and password and create a little "program" of the script that the user can just click. Place that in the start menu or as a shortcut.