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Posted - 04/22/2009 : 12:23:41 PM I can't vouch for all of these working but have used alot specifically in situations where I'm escalating via command line while troubleshooting a standard/restricted user account. XP and Vista...not sure if they'd be okay (or what additional ones) are for Win7.
runas /user:domain\admin cmd to bring up an administrative command prompt and then type the .cpl you'd like to open.
Accessibility Options - access.cpl Add/Remove Programs - appwiz.cpl Add Hardware Wizard - hdwwiz.cpl Automatic Updates - wuaucpl.cpl Bluetooth Properties - bthprops.cpl Display Properties - desk.cpl Firewall Properties - firewall.cpl Game Controllers - joy.cpl Internet Options - inetcpl.cpl iSCSI Initiator - iscsicpl.cpl Java Control Panel - jpicpl32.cpl Licensing Mode - liccpa.cpl Mouse Properties - main.cpl Network Connections - ncpa.cpl Network Setup Wizard - netsetup.cpl ODBC Properties - odbccp32.cpl Power Options - powercfg.cpl Regional and Language Options - intl.cpl Sound and Audio Devices - mmsys.cpl Stored Passwords - keymgr.cpl System Properties - sysdm.cpl Telephone and Modem Properties - telephon.cpl Time and Date Settings - timedate.cpl User Accounts - nusrmgr.cpl Windows Security Center - wscui.cpl Wireless Link - irprops.cpl
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Posted - 04/23/2009 : 07:03:00 AM Great list, and i got one thing to add. If .cpl extention is not registered use control.exe.