If the user is an Administrator type instead of Standard User type, simply
tick the "Run with highest provileges" checkbox. That's all.
However, if the user is a Standard User type, Microsoft psexec's `-i 1`
command line switch is supposedly for solving this problem, but apparently
is not working properly. In Windows 7, even though the program has been
shown on the taskbar and its window is responsive to mouse/keyboard inputs,
its window content fails to be drawn - leaving ghost images from other
application windows which were overlapping its window boundary. In Windows
10, the program's window is not even visible on the taskbar. I think psexec
need some bug fixing.