Windows 10: CMD Prompt & System Restore

Discus and support CMD Prompt & System Restore in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; Hello, Does anyone know if performing a system restore will revert the property settings for CMD prompt. For an example If i make CMD prompt run as... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by Karanza725, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. CMD Prompt & System Restore


    Hello,


    Does anyone know if performing a system restore will revert the property settings for CMD prompt. For an example If i make CMD prompt run as an admin every time I open it, would I have to tick the "Run as Administrator" box again after I do a system restore?


    When I'm referring to the properties window for CMD prompt, I'm not talking about the one where you can change the font, colors, and layout. I'm talking about the one with the General, Shortcut, Options, and other additional tabs under properties.


    On Windows 10, This option can be found under Properties ->Advanced -> The box where it says "Run as Administrator" and at the bottom it says the following: "This option allows you to run this shortcut as an administrator, while protecting your computer from unauthorized activity"


    I'm wondering whether or not system restore would have an effect on this setting and if I need to go back and check that box again after performing system restore to an earlier date.


    Also does this apply/effect the property settings of all Windows Executable files (including CMD) after a system restore has taken place?


    I know there is a lot of information here but your help is greatly appreciated CMD Prompt & System Restore :) Thank you in advance for your help!

    :)
     
    Karanza725, Feb 11, 2019
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  2. Paola Gar Win User

    Cmd prompt (admin)

    Rick,

    If you wish your device to go back to it's previous OS, we suggest performing a
    System Restore. Here's how:

    • Press and hold the Power button of your PC.
    • Press F11.
    • After pressing F11, you'll see the Choose an option window.
    • On the Choose an option window, click Troubleshoot.
    • Select Advanced options.
    • Choose System Restore.

    After doing the following steps, your PC will now perform a System Restore.

    Tell us what would be the result.
     
    Paola Gar, Feb 11, 2019
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  3. dalchina Win User
    Windows 10 1709 System Restore problems...


    That seems to be an attempt at Option 2 in the tutorial, which requires you to
    a. Boot to a command prompt (Did you?)
    b. You then seem to be mixing steps 3,4 and 5, thus your command is incorrect.

    I suggest Option 1 is easier.

    If you still have problems, please repost listing each specific step and saying which option from the tutorial you are using. Thanks.
     
    dalchina, Feb 11, 2019
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  4. BoPilot Win User

    CMD Prompt & System Restore

    Low ping from cmd prompt high ping in game

    Now the ping times are normal again 35ms-38ms cmd prompt 41ms from pingtest site. Just tested it 20min ago with 0 bandwidth usage on the router's monitor and got 35-38ms cmd prompt 160-350ms from 3 different ping test sites. As far as I can tell its completely random, the cmd prompt latency numbers are always same.

    I can live with this, I have for a long time now. I just want to make some sense of it.
     
    BoPilot, Feb 11, 2019
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