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It is available as a stand-alone GUI application and a console application.
The Windows GUI edition allows you to run an executable file with the selected rights level as a regular user or with elevated rights.
You can choose the user privileges to run the selected executable, including the system user or as the current user, without administrative privileges.
Optionally, you can specify command line arguments to pass to the chosen executable.
The console application makes it possible for you to execute a file with another rights level without using the Windows console or the context menu.
Optionally, you can specify command line arguments to pass to the executable.
The following example shows you how to run Notepad.exe as a regular user or with elevated privileges.
(GUI edition) RunX 1 : RunX.exe notepad.exe
RunX 1 : Run notepad as regular user
RunX 2 : RunX.exe /user:system
RunX 2 : Run notepad as system user
RunX 2 : Run notepad with passed arguments /args
RunX 3 : RunX.exe /user:current
RunX 3 : Run notepad as current user
What can I do with this?
The instructions above show you how to use the RunX application. This is the easiest way of running an application with the desired rights level. For more complex scenarios, you can use the RunXconsole application, which comes in a console version (cmd.exe) and a GUI edition.
This application offers two modes of operation: using the Windows console and using the RunX GUI. The command line is designed to enable you to run an executable file with the desired rights level either in the Windows console or inside the GUI.
Using the Windows console as RunX console
Simply use the following syntax:
is the path to the executable file to be launched.
(Console edition) RunX Console : RunX.exe
RunX Console : RunX.exe /console
Using the GUI RunX GUI : RunX.exe
RunX GUI : RunX.exe /gui
The GUI edition of RunX enables you to run an executable file with another rights level