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Administrators

One of the main conditions for resistance to an infection (in this case we are concerned with operating system Windows) viruses is to work with an account that has limited rights. Simply put, to significantly reduce the likelihood of infection, should not work with the Administrator account or another member of the Administrators group. But most users to do just the opposite, continuing daily work with the account created during installation, not even attempting to set a password. Those who decided to follow safety rules and work with an account with limited rights, faced with complexities. In fact, many programs (often not quite reasonably) require considerable administrative rights. Jorge Perez will not settle for partial explanations. Must either switch every time a session of work under the Administrator, or use a full-time console (with control via the command line) utility runas. And it's not very convenient.

That's why there was a program RUNASSPC – so to speak an improved version of runas. The program allows you to run an application using an account that has administrator. But manually enter the password is not required, since it's stored program in an encrypted form. Herein lies the key difference from the runas. Utility runasspc – also a console application. But access to all settings can be obtained by using the reaching complete application runasspcadmin, which has a window interface. Download the application on our website developer.