Port forwarding in Windows
The other day I was looking for an easy way to setup port forwarding on my Windows Server 2008 development server.
I came across the built-in “netsh interface portproxy” Windows command which allows you to do this without the need to install any additional software.
As a developer, there are many times where we may need to run a program in context of another user. For example, you may need to replicate an issue that a user encountered.
The RUNAS windows command line program is your friend. From the command line run the following command to launch a program in context of another user.