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  1. JimDango Win User

    Applied Microsoft Windows 1809 baseline - Elevated Command prompt 'app has been disabled by...


    Hello, I'm a system admin and I've just applied Windows 1809 security baseline to an OU for some new Windows 10 machines. When I try to run an elevated permission Command Prompt, I get a blue prompt indicating "This app has been blocked by your system administrator. Contact your system administrator for more info."


    In Windows 8.1, when I needed to help a user by installing some app, I'd run and elevated command prompt and be done. When I try to do that with 1809 applied, I get this error.


    I see all the sites that suggesting ways to get around this but none work or match what I see. I also can't find where in the 1809 security baseline where applocker may be preventing this as the only settings I can find are for a DC.


    We've been on 8.1 until now so Windows 10 and it's nuances are new and no google-foo I can do seems to land on my issue. Any help would be appreciated.


    Thanks!

    :)
     
    JimDango, Jul 1, 2019
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  2. Elevated Command Prompt

    Hi Tommy,

    A command prompt is an entry point for typing computer commands in the Command Prompt window. By typing commands in an elevated command prompt, you can perform tasks that require administrator rights on your computer without using the Windows graphical interface.
    You may open an elevated Command Prompt by following the steps below.

    1. Open the Start menu, and type cmd to open the search box.

    2. When Command Prompt shows up in the search results, right click or press and hold on it, then click/tap on
    Run as administrator.

    Feel free to post your query should you need assistance.
     
    Vanessa Oca, Jul 1, 2019
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  3. _Nauip Win User
    The idiocy of the elevated command prompt

    Things I can't do at an "unelevated" command prompt:

    chkdsk

    ipconfig (flushdns or release & renew)

    Things I CAN do without an "elevated" command prompt. Even on a server:

    "shutdown -f -t 1"

    diskpart

    This is not a complete list, just an off the top of my head. It seems like if a command could help fix something easily it's locked down. If a command could potentially cause mayhem and destruction it's wide open.

    Discuss...
     
    _Nauip, Jul 1, 2019
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  4. Tommy7GV Win User

    Applied Microsoft Windows 1809 baseline - Elevated Command prompt 'app has been disabled by...

    Tommy7GV, Jul 1, 2019
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