Batch file: run command in a cmd.exe launched as a different

February 25, 2013 at 00:27:18
Specs: Windows 7
Hi Folks I am a newbie to batch files and I am facing a challenge. I have to do following steps using a batch file automatically. Steps 1 and 3 I am able to figure out, however for step 2 i need your help:

A. Run command prompt using a user:

Comment: This I have figured out, I can do it using:

@Echo Off
runas /profile /savecred /user:xyzasa\asdasq "cmd"
B. Make some registry changes using the command prompt which opened in the previous step

Comment: I know this can be done using the reg add command however when i am putting this command in the batch file it is not getting executed. Here is the current shape of my batch file:

@echo off
runas /profile /savecred /user:xyzasa\asdasq "cmd"
reg add <Machine Name><Registry path and the changes to be made>
C. Launch a rdp file

Comment: This also I can do by simply mentioning the name of the rdp file as the last step.

@echo off
runas /profile /savecred /user:xyzasa\asdasq "cmd"
reg add <Machine Name><Registry path and the changes to be made>
asd.rdp


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February 25, 2013 at 03:30:01
Why are you running "cmd"? Don't you want to just

runas /profile /savecred /user:xyzasa\asdasq "reg add <Machine Name><Registry path...>"


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