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JonnyThunder

Prevent script process ending

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Hello,

Does anyone know of a way to run a script without the ability to kill the process as a user?

The background is, we have a power management script which runs on all of our computers. The problem is that the script is run on login and has user permissions. Some of the users don't like the script running, but it's now mandatory that it runs for everyone. These users are killing the process for the script. We need to find a way to stop them doing that.

Any ideas anyone??

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Setup policies on the systems?


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Have you tried SC(.exe) ?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/251192

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Thanks for the replies!

I'd considered running as a service already but can't really do this because the app requires some user specific information to run. I'll take these ideas onboard though and have a look at them for sure.

Thanks again,

JT

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