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    • #204939
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      Hi,

      When I call CMD as a different user in powershell, can I pass commands from Powershell to the CMD for execution?

      Example:

      Start-Process cmd -Credential (Get-Credential "$env:USERDNSDOMAIN\")

      Once the window is open, I would like for it to process the command in the new CMD window:

      Echo Hello World!

      Thank you!

      • This topic was modified 3 months ago by PerDeSi91.
    • #204963
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      of course, Use -ArgumanetList parameter will do the job.

      Start-Process -FilePath cmd.exe -ArgumentList 'echo HelloWorld' -Credential (Get-Credential)
      

      It’s always recommended and good read the help documentation for any cmdlet in PowerShell.

      Get-Help Start-Process -ShowWindow
      
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