Please don't ban me for asking, but I can't figure out how to create a proper CMD/PowerShell shortcut. When I type PowerShell or Command Prompt in "Start" --> "Search Programs and Files", I can select either CMD or PowerShell (depending what I typed in "Search Programs and Files"), then right-click, select "Run as Administrator" and all DISM commands like RestoreHealth and SFC Sannow command work wonderfully. However, if (after I type in whichever one in "Search Programs and Files") I drag CMD or PowerShell programs onto my desktop, I get a shortcut, which does not work properly. If I run either CMD or PowerShell shortcuts "As Administrator", then DISM commands and SFC Scannow command do not work. I think they tell me something about 32bit execution within 64bit environment or something like that, but both - the CMD shortcut and the actual CMD program (that shows up after type "Command Prompt" in "Search Programs and Files") start in the same location (system32) and look identical... How can I make a proper CMD and/or PowerShell shortcuts that act exactly like the programs to which they are linking/connected when used with "Run as Administrator".