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Here is the formatting the way I indeed for the script: rem This script allows you to run Server and Exchange administrative tools quickly on your pc without logging out your user, and keeping your user out of the Domain Admins security group. ****IMPORTANT NOTES TO USER ** rem In order for this entire script to work, you need to have the following installed on your PC: 1- Your adminpak.msi tools installed off the server CD 2- The Exchange Administration Tools (only if you want to administer Exchange quickly) 3- The Choice.exe and Sleep.exe files - if you installed the resource kti for your server os then make sure these two files are in your path statement. 4- see the comments below in each section where two files need to be copied and renamed in a different directory.
color 84
@echo off
@echo
:BEGIN
CLS
echo.
echo. "What would you like to work on today master?"
echo.  
echo.   
@echo off
echo 1 = Users and Computers
echo 2 = Exchange Users and Computers
echo 3 = AD SItes and Services
echo 4 = AD Domains and Trusts
echo 5 = DNS
echo 6 = DHCP
echo 7 = Group Policy
echo 8 = Exchange System Manager
echo 9 = Cancel and Close
CHOICE /N /C:123456789 PICK A NUMBER (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9)%1 REM - THE NEXT THREE LINES ARE DIRECTING USER DEPENDING UPON INPUT IF ERRORLEVEL ==9 GOTO NINE IF ERRORLEVEL ==8 GOTO EIGHT IF ERRORLEVEL ==7 GOTO SEVEN IF ERRORLEVEL ==6 GOTO SIX IF ERRORLEVEL ==5 GOTO FIVE IF ERRORLEVEL ==4 GOTO FOUR IF ERRORLEVEL ==3 GOTO THREE IF ERRORLEVEL ==2 GOTO TWO IF ERRORLEVEL ==1 GOTO ONE

:one
runas /user:
 
  \Administrator "mmc C:\WINDOWS\system32\dsa.msc"
GOTO BEGIN

:two
rem     ****IMPORTANT NOTES TO USER FOR ITEM 2 **
rem     For option TWO to work you must have installed the Admin tools
from Exchange server Cd (or preferabley the service pack) onto your workstation.
rem     The the file "users and computers.msc" found at "C:\Program
Files\Exchsrvr\bin\users and computers.msc" 
rem     needs to be copied to your C:\WINDOWS\system32 directory and
renamed "dsaExch.msc"
runas /user:
  
   \Administrator "mmc C:\WINDOWS\system32\dsaExch.msc"
GOTO BEGIN

:three
runas /user:
   
    \Administrator "mmc C:\WINDOWS\system32\dssite.msc"
GOTO BEGIN

:four
runas /user:
    
     \Administrator "mmc C:\WINDOWS\system32\domain.msc"
GOTO BEGIN

:five
runas /user:
     
      \Administrator "mmc C:\WINDOWS\system32\dnsmgmt.msc"
GOTO BEGIN

:six
runas /user:
      
       \Administrator "mmc C:\WINDOWS\system32\dhcpmgmt.msc"
GOTO BEGIN

:seven
runas /user:
       
        \Administrator "mmc C:\WINDOWS\system32\gpmc.msc"
GOTO BEGIN

:eight
rem     ****IMPORTANT NOTES TO USER FOR ITEM 8 **
rem     For this option to work you must have installed the Admin tools
from Exchange server Cd (or preferabley the service pack)
rem     The the file "Exchange System Manager.msc" found at "C:\Program
Files\Exchsrvr\bin\Exchange System Manager.msc" 
rem     needs to be copied to your C:\WINDOWS\system32 directory and
renamed "ESM.msc"
runas /user:
        
         \Administrator "mmc C:\WINDOWS\system32\ESM.msc"

GOTO BEGIN

:nine
cls
color 07
echo.
echo. 
Echo. Thank you for letting me serve you Master, please come and see me again.
echo.
echo. 
sleep 2
exit
GOTO END


:END
         
This was first published in January 2007

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