Running cmdlets under another account
Some Audit Module for PowerShell cmdlets require permission to connect and update Microsoft SQL Server. If your login credentials do not have the required permissions, you can run cmdlets under another account. To run cmdlets as another user, you can use the standard PowerShell
Start-Process -Credential to specify a different user name, then type the user’s password when prompted, or you can right-click the Audit Module for PowerShell menu item, then select Run As Administrator to run the cmdlets as the local administrator.