In past jobs I've used a lot of
runas /user:.. in order to allow quick access between multiple accounts while logged in as a primary account. Both server side or and on workstations. We're looking at situations where sometimes a user might have multiple copies of the same application open under different multiple user contexts.
As such it would be extremely useful to have some kind of visual queue to differentiate based on the launching user.
In the past I always would just change the CMD prompt background colors. Here I need it for GUI applications. It looks like changes to the color scheme on Windows 7 / 2008 r2 read from the currently logged in user, not from that specific user's profile. That seems to invalidate my first choice.
What are my options?
Note: I did think about asking this on SU not here.. Didn't think there would be many cases of people running applications under half a dozen different accounts from one active session.