… and what can go wrong with this.
if it asks for somekind of password sure, why not.
otherwise they’re asking for it.
Sudo on Windows? This makes me want to
Technically, you can already run sudo in WSL, but I’m sure this wont backfire at all.
It makes sense to have something like sudo.
Found the current way to elevate a batch script:
About a dozen lines, creates and runs a vbscript to elevate, and then self-calls itself once elevated. And all this is for the full script, not just a single command.