Once openSSH/Cygwin is installed and working on Windows 7, it seems like any user you use to ssh into the Windows 7 box takes on plain user privileges. That is, the user cannot execute privileged commands even if the user is an Administrator.
Is there a way for a Cygwin SSH user to acquire elevated user privileges? (e.g. "sudo") Or is that a limitation of Cygwin as it stands right now? (e.g. like Cygwin's ping)
Relevant technical info:
- Windows 7 (64-bit) Home Premium
- Cygwin 1.7.x