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Assign A User Privilege To Log On As Service?

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Is there a way to use AutoIt to assign a user the right to Log On As A Service? I know how to do that from the Local Users Policy manager, and there are command-line tools that do the job, but is there a way to do the job via AutoIt?

Many thanks for any help.

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Do some of you WMI wizards know how to do this?

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Do some of you WMI wizards know how to do this?

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(Thanks for the bump!) The only workaround I've figured out so far is to FileInclude Microsoft's ntrights.exe from the Windows resource kit and run it from a command shell like this

$u = @ComputerName & "\" & @UserName
$nte = 0
$nte = FileExists(@TempDir & "\ntrights.exe")
If $nte = 0 Then FileInstall("c:\pathto\ResourceKit\ntrights.exe", @TempDir & "\ntrights.exe", 1)
RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " &  @TempDir & '\ntrights.exe -u ' & $u & ' +r SeServiceLogonRight', "", @SW_HIDE)
If $nte = 0 Then FileDelete(@TempDir & "\ntrights.exe")

This works, but I tend to doubt it's legal to distribute ntrights.exe If there's an all-AutoIt way to do this, I'd be very glad to hear about it!

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