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So I have no example code currently because I'm not sure where to even start. We're using the parental controls on the computer and the kids each have their own user profiles with limited time. The problem we're encountering is when their time runs out, or if they just hit Win+L and leave the computer, their games are still running in the background. I was hoping to write up a quick AutoIt script and throw it in a recurring scheduled task to just sign off any of the kid's profiles that's not currently active. I found some suggestions to use "query session" and then "logoff [user]" in the
Hi, when I call a MsgBox function I can use a "$MB_SERVICE_NOTIFICATION" flag so it will be displayed "on the current active desktop, even if there is no user logged on to the computer.". That works just great. Is there a way to do the same to Autoit GUI Form so it will be visible on desktop even if running from system account and user is not logged?
This time I want to share this utility I developed to speed-up the helpdesk activity in our windows domain, used every day by my collegues. Our windows machines have no simple to remember name, and when a user calls it's good to quick find a set of informations about the user, the machine, the account and so on. In our domain every user and machine has a well made description, and many fields are completed. So, based on the fantastic UDF AD.au3 for active directory, I have this script that can: search both on user name - machine description, retrieving account name, name/su
Never experienced anything like this before, so to you I come for help... I'm in the process of rewriting my fork of JSThePatriot's excellent Computer Information library, and my current project is rewriting the User profiling function. One of the new features I've added in is gathering the list of groups a particular user profile belongs to, which uses an existing WMI object to run an "ASSOCIATORS OF" query targeting the specified domain and username. When I run the function under my own user account from within ISN/ScITE or compile it and run it via Windows Explorer, my test script collects