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  1. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 17,534
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15014
       2015-11-17 #10

    Try the location below for creating the shortcut with instead. Substitute the part in red for the task name in your Microsoft\My Tasks folder.

    schtasks /run /tn "Microsoft\My Tasks\Registry Editor"
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  2. Joined : Nov 2015
    Posts : 13
    Windows 10
       2015-11-17 #11

    Brink said: View Post
    Try the location below for creating the shortcut with instead. Substitute the part in red for the task name in your Microsoft\My Tasks folder.

    schtasks /run /tn "Microsoft\My Tasks\Registry Editor"
    Yes, that works great!
    I did actually try that path, only without the quotation marks which I think is why it wouldn't work.
    Nevertheless it works as intended now, I can't thank you enough for your help, keep it up the great work, you are a credit to this community!

    Regards
    Wh0pper28
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  3. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 17,534
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15014
       2015-11-17 #12

    You're most welcome Wh0pper28.
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  4. Joined : Dec 2015
    Posts : 4
    windows 10
       2015-12-09 #13

    I modified my registry in order to call mklink from cmd. However it seems that this option does not work as described and I still get "You do not have sufficient privilege to perform this operation".
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  5. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 17,534
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15014
       2015-12-09 #14

    Hello tolisss, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    Are you using an elevated command prompt to run the mklink command from?

    Elevated Command Prompt - Open in Windows 10
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  6. Joined : Dec 2015
    Posts : 4
    windows 10
       2015-12-09 #15

    Hi Brink,

    Thnks for the link however it is really inconvenient since all options require to use the mouse. This post 10 option describes a way to run any app as admin from anywhere by modifying the registry so it should work from cmd but it does not
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  7. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 17,534
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15014
       2015-12-09 #16

    I see now. That is to be used along with this below if you haven't already.

    Elevated Program Shortcut without UAC Prompt - Create - Windows 7 Help Forums
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  8. Joined : Dec 2015
    Posts : 4
    windows 10
       2015-12-09 #17

    Brink said: View Post
    I see now. That is to be used along with this below if you haven't already.

    Elevated Program Shortcut without UAC Prompt - Create - Windows 7 Help Forums
    again thanks for the link however this still is not satisfying. What I want is to run cmd from everywhere. For example you navigate to a folder using windows explorer and press Alt+D and then cmd to open a console to the current dir. How to elavate that console.
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  9.    2015-12-09 #18

    tolisss said: View Post
    again thanks for the link however this still is not satisfying. What I want is to run cmd from everywhere. For example you navigate to a folder using windows explorer and press Alt+D and then cmd to open a console to the current dir. How to elavate that console.
    You could make a shortcut C:\Windows\cmd.lnk and set it to run C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe elevated. It is higher in your path so is invoked by default when you type cmd in explorer.

    Edit - sorry, it doesn't always get picked up - depends where explorer is open.
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  10. Joined : Oct 2013
    Posts : 17,534
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 15014
       2015-12-09 #19

    tolisss said: View Post
    again thanks for the link however this still is not satisfying. What I want is to run cmd from everywhere. For example you navigate to a folder using windows explorer and press Alt+D and then cmd to open a console to the current dir. How to elavate that console.
    This below will give you a Open Command Window Here as Administrator context menu that will hopefully help.

    Open Command Window Here as Administrator - Windows 7 Help Forums
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