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Problem with Run as command

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whity
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Hi there,

I am trying to run a .bat file from a non-admin user profile in Windows 7.

This is the code..

@echo

runas /user:%computername%\administrator CMD.exe

regedit /s OfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatform.reg

pause

I am trying to run the registry file with elevated permissions.
But once I run the run as command, a new cmd window is getting opened with elevated privileges and the regedit command is not running in this window.

I want the registry file to be run in the elevated cmd rather than the first cmd window.

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