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how can i get a run command and windows update?

By greggortiz ·
I am an pc tech. On some of the computers we (domain admins) log on to we cannot get a run command or windows update to show up. it is not on all pc' s. just certian ones. and we dont always want to log on as the local admin. can anyone help??

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by Wizard-09 In reply to how can i get a run comma ...

To to get rounds this you need to write a bat file for the task you want to execute, like if you want to find the IP address you would open notepad and type the below

@echo off

cls

ipconfig /all

pause

goto

:eof

Save the file to the desktop as IP.bat, you can also see what services packs and updates installed on the computer using a bat file.

Hope this helps.

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Not totally sure what you're asking

by Kenone In reply to how can i get a run comma ...

Are you trying to get a "Run" box" without the shortcut? "Windows" key +"R"
Get to Windows Update without a shortcut or typing in the address? in IE click "Tools" - "Windows Update"

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by greggortiz In reply to Not totally sure what you ...

If I try the shortcut I get access restricited by Administrator. BUT I am an Domain administrator. BUT this does not happen on all the PCs i logon to. just a handful.

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Domain Admin Vs Local Admin

by Bizzo In reply to how can i get a run comma ...

Is the Domain Admin group a member of the (local) Administrators group on the machines you're having problems with?

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by greggortiz In reply to Domain Admin Vs Local Adm ...

yes they are. i have even added myself as well.

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Start Menu

by patb071 In reply to how can i get a run comma ...

Are they not showing up in the start menu? as local admin go to start run gpedit.msc Administrative templates - start menu and taskbar and double click remove run command from start menu and add the run command from the start menu. You may have a group policy that is disabling the run. I didn't see anything about Microsoft updates.

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