Re: Forcing Process to Run With Ordinary User Authority



one option is to use approach described in
http://www.securityfocus.com/infocus/1848

hth
Marcin

"W" <persistentone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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Is there a way to force a program to run in a security context of an
ordinary user when invoked from the command line of an administrator
login?
I don't want to have to supply any credentials. The use case is a
Scheduled Task that runs as SYSTEM, but which invokes browser instances to
the screen each day (to check on data on various web sites).

Since the security shift is from administrator / SYSTEM level to an
ordinary
user context (i.e., a member of local Users group), I would really hope
that
it would not be necessary to expose a credential in the script of the
batch
file that runs as a Scheduled Task.

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W




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