When automating Processes, we will sometimes need to grant them Administrator rights (for example, in order to perform Services actions).
In order to do so, we will have to locate the WinAutomation.UserAgent.exe file within our Installation Folder ("C:\Program Files\WinAutomation" by default), right click and select "Properties". Afterwards, under the "Compatibility" tab, we should make sure that the "Run this program as Administrator" option is selected.
After we press OK, we can simply close all WinAutmation windows, and end the WinAutomation.UserAgent.exe Windows process through the Task Manager. From now on, every time WinAutomation starts, the processes it executes will have Administrator rights.
Since making this change might require admin verification every time WinAutomation is run, you may wish to turn off Windows User Account Control (UAC) to bypass this - however this is entirely optional, and depends on your preferred security settings.