Sometimes, users cannot be able to run Command Prompt as a Administrator on Window 10. So, in this blog you will read the solution of this problem but if you need help, then contact Microsoft Support Team via www.office.com/setup.
Solution To Fix “Cannot Run Command Prompt As Administrator” in Window 10: office.com/setup
1. Check Your Antivirus:
It is good, if you use antivirus software in your device to safeguard your device from internet threat. But sometimes, this antivirus software interferes with the several other features in your device, which results in issues. Your antivirus put unknown files in Command Prompt which needs to be fixed. This is one of the main reasons, you cannot run Command Prompt in Window 10.
2. Creating Command Prompt Shortcut on PC:
For this, you should launch the File Explorer and then visit to the given directory:
After this, you will see a command prompt shortcut. Here, you should try to run this Shortcut and look if it works. But if the command works, then you should copy the path on your computer and after sometime, try to run from there. Or there are two more Shortcuts, through which you can create a new shortcut on your computer without copy anything.
You should right-click on your computer and then click on “New.” After this, you should click on Shortcut in the new menu. Then in the search option of the item list, you should type “cmd.exe” command and then click on “Next.” Now, you should rename the File with your specific name for the new Shortcut and then click on “Finish” option.
You should right- click on the newly masked Command Prompt and then just choose “Properties” in the menu. After this, you should go to the “Security option and then click on the “Advanced” option. Here, you should check the “Run as Administrator” and then hit on “OK.” At last, you should Save your changes.
3. Turn off Non-Microsoft Context List Items:
For this, first you should download a third-party application like Freeware and then run on your computer system. Now, you should run “ShellExView.” After this, you have to launch this application, and then you should search all the non-Microsoft entries in the context list.
4. Creating a New User Account:
For this, first you have to launch the Settings application and then go to the “Account” option. Now, click on Windows + I key on your keyboard just to launch a quick settings application. After this, you should choose “Family & other people” in the menu which displays on the left side of your computer screen. Then, click on “Add someone else to this PC” option which displays on the right side of the computer screen. Here, you should select “I don’t have this person’s sign-in information.” Now, you should select “Add a user without a Microsoft account.” At this point, you should type the name for your account and then hit on “Next”. At last, you should remove your old account from your device and then log in with your new Account.
5. Installing the Latest Updates:
You should launch the Settings application and then go to the “Updates and Security” option. After this, you should click on the “Check for updates” option which displays in the right side of your computer screen. If the updates are available then you should download and install them in your device. You just have to wait till the installation process complete. Now, your device will be updated and the error will be fixed.
For assistance or support, contact to the customer care of Microsoft via www.office.com/setup.