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How to make runas scriptable

Sanur is a tiny Win32 console utility that ‘pipes’ a password into the Windows 2000/XP/2003 Runas utility, thereby making Runas scriptable

Pipe your normal Runas commandline into Sanur and specify the password on Sanur’s commandline or use the /i switch to have Sanur read the password from a file:-


RUNAS | SANUR password

RUNAS | SANUR /i [drive:][path]filename

The sanuar software can be downloaded from here – Sanur

One point though is that this software is no longer supported if you run into problems with it you can visit the website for old help.


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