The RunAs command is very useful in administering a Windows Server 2008 network. The RunAs command lets you run a program from a command prompt using the credentials of another user account. Here’s the basic syntax: runas /user:username [other parameters] program For example, to run the Microsoft Management Console with the dom1 domain’s administrator account, […]

Run as service an application or a script with system privileges after system boot, if a user is logged in or not. RunAsRob can effective and easy used on a local client, in a small windows network or in a large domain environment, because its clearly designed. Pretend You’re On The Domain With Runas /NetOnly Feb 02, 2011 Windows 10 Services - Windows CMD - Local Service Account (NT AUTHORITY\LOCAL SERVICE) - has the same level of access to resources and objects as members of the Users group. This limited access helps safeguard the system if individual services or processes are compromised. Services that run as the Local Service account access network resources as a null session without credentials.

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Running it as the service account / user (via runas and launching a CMD) interactively works for the command line session but still the service itself doesn't want to play OS is Windows 2008 with SP2.

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If running as a non-service, Radarr is able to "see" the drive (letter V:) and put movies on it after downloading them. Since I need to run Radarr as service to manage the frontend within Muximux when acessing the Win10-Server from my notebook, I have to find a solution to access the network drives when running as a service. Network Location Awareness Service: How It Can Ruin Your Sep 11, 2015 Run as a Service (Windows), Permission errors with Network Feb 17, 2020 Powershell Tip #53: Run PowerShell as SYSTEM (NT