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 Runas Rob EnglishRunas Rob
Run an application as administrator from a limited user account.
  • Authorize program files or folders in RunAsRob, which can used from a limited user to run this software as administrator.
  • You can simple distribute software, updates, patches, drivers.. by copy it on a network share you have authorized in RunAsRob.
  • Delegate administrative tasks via specific programs you have allowed in RunAsRob. 
  • Manage the authorized applications or folders central in a domain by group policy or folder permissions.
  • Bypass the UAC dialog for the authorized application.
  • Applications can also run under system account, which have got more permissions than an administrator account.
  • Launch applications with temporary administrator rights for this program under the account of the limited user themselves, with his own profile and settings.
  • Wildcard asterisk * and environment variables like %windir% can used for authorization of programs and folder paths.  
  • Not necessary to use encrypted files with credentials. The authorization can be controlled by registry and folder access rights.
  • Run application as service with system privileges after system start, whether a user is logged in or not.
  • RunAsRob is easy to use in small environments and also clearly designed for the use in a big domain forest.
RunAsRob contains three parts:
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Contact:


For any suggestions, errors, questions, specific requirements or adjustments please contact:
runas@robotronic.de



Licence:


RunasRob is only free for private use.
For companies and other organisations we deliver a licensed version, registered to the organisation name.
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