Isadmin freeware can detect when the currently logged on user has administrative rights on the local computer?
When you open a CMD prompt and type isadmin /?, you receive:
IsAdmin v2.0 Beta (12/18/01) FREEWARE by Douglas Good Copyright 2001-2002 Outside The Box Software http://kickme.to/OTBSoft This program checks whether the currently logged in user has Administrator rights on the local machine, and returns 1 if so or 0 if not. If run under Windows 9x/ME, the default return value is 0, but this can be changed. USAGE: IsAdmin \[/Q\] \[/W9X:n\] /Q turns on Quiet mode, no screen output will be written except for errors. /W9X:n allows you to set any numeric result code for Windows 9x/ME systems. The "n" may be any whole number between 0 and 255. /R reverses the exit codes returned. (/W9X overrides this on Win9x systems) Default return codes: 0 = User is NOT an administrator or Windows 9X/ME detected 1 = User has Administrator rights on the local machine 255 = Error occurred (illegal command line parameters passed) To report bugs or request additional features email [email protected] This program is freeware and may not be sold.
if ERRORLEVEL 1 @echo %username% is a local administrator.
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