Using the RunAs command

While it may seem trivial, using the RunAs command on Windows 2000 Pro machines goes a long way in ensuring security at the workstation level. No longer do you have to add users to the Administrator group. Just use "RunAs Administrator" and the admin can do everything he/she needs to do without giving more rights locally than is needed.
This was first published in April 2001

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