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Ctrl+alt+del Log On To Win 2000

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I'm looking for the solution, of starting up / logon to windows 2000.

I need to logon to the system becaurce every dag the system is shutdown or lock by the last user.

When I need to run a script, I need the to be loged on.

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I'm looking for the solution, of starting up / logon to windows 2000.

I need to logon to the system becaurce every dag the system is shutdown or lock by the last user.

When I need to run a script, I need the to be loged on.

You wont be able to send CTRL ALT DEL. You could use the auto logon as the post before suggested, however this wont help you if the user has logged off or locked the PC.

What you may be able to do is to use SrvAny http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q137890/ which allows you to run an application as a system service.

If you need to use the RUN command then you would need to use the RunAsSet command in your script to specify the username and password that your Run Commands will use

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