Console commands run as the user logged into the Operating System not the User Logged into the Console.
Many security models require that users log into windows operating system as a user with minimal priviliges, and use a user with more rights only when necessary.
|This users has minimal privileges.|
|This users more privileges and when necessary process should be elevated to run as this user.|
If this security model is used, it often occurs that users launch the 32-bit Console without switching users but then log into the 32-bit Console as the privileged user.
Many Console actions, especially right-click actions such as Remote Control, will fail or result in a prompt for credentials.
See the following article for more information:
Running the Console.exe process as a as the minimally-privileged user but logging into the Console as a privileged user does not cause processes launched by Console actions to occur as that privileged user. Instead processes are launched as the minimally-privileged user, which is logged into the operating system.
The Console.exe process should always be launched as the privileged user.
To accomplish this change the 32-bit Console shortcut to prompt for the user when launched.