Sometimes a test needs to run a process as a different user (not the logged in user executing Rapise). It is not possible to use runas command for this purpose because it forces a user to type a password manually. From this short article you will learn how to reach the goal.
In some cases a test needs to run a Windows shell command (e.g. dir, ipconfig, gpresult) and capture/parse output. Learn how to do this in Rapise from this short article.
This article describes the syntax for passing parameters from the Windows 32-bit command-line to a Rapise script. Note that you need to make sure that you're using the 32-bit command line on a 64-bit machine. I.e. follow the instructions in this KB article - https://www.inflectra.com/Support/KnowledgeBase/KB17.aspx