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  1. I've been searching the forums and the internet and I've gathered a bunch of different methods about getting past the windows logon screen and I'm trying to find out what you guys would recommend that I do. A little about what I'm trying to do: I want to install my script on multiple / different CPU's and in the early morning hours, the script starts up from a scheduled task and runs until completion. Afterwords, it logs off. The script needs to be able to open IE and navigate through a couple of webpages and then FTP the data to my server. What I've read so far: I've read about the Sysinternals app. I'm not crazy about this one because you have to reboot the CPU for it to work. Some of the computers would have to be locked during the day. The users in the daytime could have unsaved work on the machine, so I wouldn't want to take a chance and erase their work. I've read about writing registry keys. This has me nervous because I'm not familiar with them and from what I've read, if your not familiar with them, then leave them alone. I'm wondering how I accomplish this. If I need to write reg. keys, then I will learn, but are there any other methods or ways? Is there a script out there that I can set a scheduled task to auto logon and then run my other script? Please forgive me. I know that there are older post with similar topics but I don't understand them.
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