This shortcut will run the application in the Administrator mode which will tells the scheduled task to run without UAC prompt.Create the Scheduled Task ItemFor this you just need to open the task scheduler from the search of the start menu and then you click on the “ Create Task ”.Now the window will open you have to give it the name without any space. After this you have to check the option of “Run with highest privileges”.Now change the tab to Action and there do tick on New button, and search for the application which you want to start.When you finish the task then click on the OK button then you can see the new task is added to the list. Now right click on it and select “Run” for checking.The location box will open. Here we have to type the command to run scheduled task with name. You can see in the snapshot we use runregedit.So you have to write the line like this in which replacing the capitalized letters for the name of your task and it’s not case sensitive.Schtasks/run/tn “TASKNAMEINQUOTES”Now you need to type the some meaningful name for the shortcut. Then do tick on Next.Now you can see the shortcut on the desktop for the administrator mode.Here you can do some more things which will don by open up the properties tag and there you will see the label “Run” so change it to “Minimized” for hide the schtasks command line facility. You can also change the icon of the shortcut by click on the “Change Icon” button.Here you can see the icon for the application by just browse down to the application which will open with shortcut.Now you can see the shortcut with icon and having meaningful name which will open an application in Administrator mode without prompts.
Administrator Mode Shortcuts Without UAC Prompt