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    bamajon1974 said:
    The only options I don't have are to run wscript.exe and cmd, both as admin, for VBS files. What would be the correct string syntax for each? I can try out when i get home this evening.
    You can use this below to add "Run as administrator" for VBS files. VBS runs with wscript.exe by default.

    Add Run as administrator to Context Menu of VBS Files in Windows 10
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    Brink said:
    You can use this below to add "Run as administrator" for VBS files. VBS runs with wscript.exe by default.

    Add Run as administrator to Context Menu of VBS Files in Windows 10
    Got it. Now I want to add "open with command prompt as admin" for vbs files too. Would I use a command like this?

    cmd /c echo|set/p="%V"|powershell -NoP -W 1 -NonI -NoL "SaPs 'cmd' -Args '/c """cd /d',$([char]34+$Input+[char]34),'^&^& start /b %SystemRoot%\System32\CScript.exe" "%1" %"""' -Verb RunAs"
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    bamajon1974 said:
    Got it. Now I want to add "open with command prompt as admin" for vbs files too. Would I use a command like this?

    cmd /c echo|set/p="%V"|powershell -NoP -W 1 -NonI -NoL "SaPs 'cmd' -Args '/c """cd /d',$([char]34+$Input+[char]34),'^&^& start /b %SystemRoot%\System32\CScript.exe" "%1" %"""' -Verb RunAs"
    Not sure why to have the VBS output to a command prompt since it can't run or edit the VBS.
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    Brink said:
    Not sure why to have the VBS output to a command prompt since it can't run or edit the VBS.
    I'm not sure what the proper command is. VBSFiles by default have a right-click option to open with command prompt, "%SystemRoot%\System32\CScript.exe" "%1" %*. So what I want to do is create another option to open with admin command prompt. I cannot use the RunAs verb since it is already used. I am guessing some sort of powershell command but I am not sure.
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    bamajon1974 said:
    I'm not sure what the proper command is. VBSFiles by default have a right-click option to open with command prompt, "%SystemRoot%\System32\CScript.exe" "%1" %*. So what I want to do is create another option to open with admin command prompt. I cannot use the RunAs verb since it is already used. I am guessing some sort of powershell command but I am not sure.
    It would be best to create a new thread for this.
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    Ok. Would you prefer a new thread in the Customization section or a follow up to this tutorial?
    Add Run as administrator to Context Menu of VBS Files in Windows 10
    Thanks!
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    bamajon1974 said:
    Ok. Would you prefer a new thread in the Customization section or a follow up to this tutorial?
    Add Run as administrator to Context Menu of VBS Files in Windows 10
    Thanks!
    New thread would be best since it's for something different.
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    Brink said:
    New thread would be best since it's for something different.
    Ok will do shortly. Thanks!!
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    Good evening @Brink. For the Open With PowerShell 5.1 as admin, how do you get rid of the following text that appears when the command is launched, to have only the directory path show? /k argument gets rid of the copyright for command and -nologo only works for PowerShell 7. Thanks!

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    bamajon1974 said:
    Good evening @Brink. For the Open With PowerShell 5.1 as admin, how do you get rid of the following text that appears when the command is launched, to have only the directory path show? /k argument gets rid of the copyright for command and -nologo only works for PowerShell 7. Thanks!

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    Hello,

    Other than installing it, I'm not aware of a way to remove the suggestion in PowerShell.
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