Hi, I have a laptop with Win 10 Home, build 1903. I have two parent admin accounts and 1 regular account for my son. Normally I install a game that he wants to play, setup a short cut in his account and he can play it fine. He currently plays Asseto Corsa and Grid2 fine. Recently I installed the old Test Drive 2 unlimited game as he wants to just drive on streets without racing anyone. TDU2 can only run by 1st running their Update launcher program, which checks for an update and then allows the game to run. That program needs admin privileges. If he tries to run it, Windows 10 asks for an Admin PW, I enter my PW, the launcher runs fine, then launches the game. Without the password the game won't launch. With Google I've tried 2 methods to get him to be able to run without me entering the PW each time. 1. First method required using Task Scheduler, setting it up to run the program at the highest privilege setting and entering my PW through Task Scheduler. Then I can make a special shortcut to the task, put it on the desktop and run the shortcut. Method 1 did not work on his Laptop. I then read that that method works if you run the shortcut in a local admin account, not a regular user account. So that defeats the purpose of what I want to do. 2. The 2nd method seemed the most promising. It involved the "runas" command. Various pages showed a shortcut that looked like: "runas /user:ComputerName\AdministratorAccountName /savecred "Full path to program's exe file" " In My case it was: "runas /user:Legion\LET /savecred "D:\Racing\TDU2\UpLauncher.exe" " (missing the most outside quotes of course). When I attempt to run this on his account, it opens a CMD prompt and essentially says I'm trying to run the program under LET credentials. It asks to me to enter my PW. I do, the box goes away but nothing happens. I even tried the same shortcut under my Local Admin account on his Laptop, again it asks for my PW the 1st time, but nothing happens. Subsequent uses of the shortcut just briefly open the CMD window, then a second later it closes with no further action. The page where I read this had a comment further down that RUNAS doesn't work in Windows Home editions. So I am asking, is there a way for me to setup a shortcut in my son's local user, non-admin, account that will let him start and run the UpLauncher.exe without me entering my PW each time. To clarify, this is on Windows 10 Home, Build 1903, non-admin account. Thanks! Louie.