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    Open an Elevated Admin Command Prompt Window (Windows 7/ Vista)

    Open an Elevated Command Prompt


    This simple tutorial will show you how to open an elevated command prompt to run commands that require administrator permissions.

    1) Click Start

    2) Type cmd but do not press enter
    Open an Elevated Admin Command Prompt Window (Windows 7/ Vista)-screenshot-05_02_2013-06_06_56-pm-png
    (Click to enlarge)

    3) Right click the cmd.exe entry at the top of the last and choose "Run as Administrator"
    Open an Elevated Admin Command Prompt Window (Windows 7/ Vista)-screenshot-05_02_2013-09_16_29-pm-png


    4) If necessary, enter the admin username and password in the UAC screen that pops up and press "Continue" or "Yes"
    Open an Elevated Admin Command Prompt Window (Windows 7/ Vista)-screenshot-05_02_2013-09_17_17-pm-png

    5) You will now see a command prompt window. That's it! :)

    Hope this helps!

    Regards,
    Stephen
    Last edited by Tekno Venus; 07-25-2013 at 09:30 AM.
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