I have a few KIX programs located on the network that are supposed to create folders (if they don't already exist) and copy a couple of files into them.
This works just fine with Windows 7, but because of the increased security with Windows 10, you have to be an admin to do this.
Each person is the admin on their own computer, but the KIX runs from the network (started by the .bat file) so it doesn't recognize the admin usage.
We cannot use the "Right click-and pick run as admin" as these files are run from the login scripts.
Does anyone know of a way around Windows 10 need for administrator so that it will allow KIX to create the local folders?