Re: Windows 2003 system account starting process as new user
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 17:29:33 -0800
What happens when you try it on XP with a user who is not a member of the
My first guess is that you are failing the access check against the
WindowStation on Server. On XP, everyone is admin, so you are getting
through. Let me know, and I'll do some checking over here as well.
"Ben Skolmoski" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have a windows service running under the system account, this service
calls an exe using CreateProcessWithLogonW to start it as a different user
(in this can a user with admin rights). This works just fine on Windows XP
Pro, but I get access is denied as the error message on Windows 2003
Standard Edition. Please let me know if anybody knows any way to get this
> Thank you,
> Ben Skolmoski
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