Locked in the system settings on behalf of another user?

Good time of day. Faced with such a problem. On one of the computers that I see someone disabled the network adapter. The computer is very far away and local access to it is not. The domain user has administrative rights. The computer is in a domain. My dminskaya domain account stored on that computer. You must enable the network adapter on this computer, rather than transferring the user data for admin accounts. You can send a letter with a file on a nearby computer and throw it on a flash drive on a patient. In the file, as I understand it, there should be a command "netsh interface set interface name="local area Connection" admin=enabled" and dminskaya account with a password. You need to run the file and a miracle happened:)
August 23rd 19 at 10:41
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August 23rd 19 at 10:43
To run as a different user program
runas /profile /user:<username> <program></program></username>
"The computer is too far away and local access to it is not", "not transmitting the user data for admin accounts" - hollie commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:46
If someone could disable this and someone has admin rights, can this one similarly, will be able to enable without admin rights?
Well, the help for the runas read it has the option /savecred maybe this is what you need - Everett_Sanford commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:49
Runas in this situation is not suitable. Disconnected the adapter is clearly under admin accounts, domain. I'm not the only one who has this account. Find out who it was again. First, you need to give network access to the user. - hollie commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:52
August 23rd 19 at 10:45
in group policy to enable users to manage network adapters. that's it to manage network adapters, and without administrative rights, if included on the policy.
As they say, late to drink Borjomi, remote access to my computer at the moment - hollie commented on August 23rd 19 at 10:48

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