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To allow a user to execute a program with a different user's credentials, without giving them administrative rights, you should:
a. Only assign them temporary admin priviliges
b. Create a "temporary" user profile with access to that program
c. Use the Windows 2000 command-line function, RUNAS
d. Share the other user's password with them and change it afterwards
e. Have your attorney file a stay of execution
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