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A Script to log into windows?

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I am trying to figure out a way to write a script to log into windows. For example, im working with Win2k and Win2k3. After you boot up, you hit the windows login screen, Is there a way to execute a script to automatically provide the login information ?

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I think there's no way to do this.

You can set 'AutoAdminLogon' by 'RemoteRegistry' and then use 'shutdown.exe' to reboot the machine. This all can be do with a script running on another machine. Hope that can be understand.

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I am trying to figure out a way to write a script to log into windows. For example, im working with Win2k and Win2k3. After you boot up, you hit the windows login screen, Is there a way to execute a script to automatically provide the login information ?

The only way I know is to use the SourceForge pGina Project. :)

"pGina is a GPL'd replacement for the authentication portion of Windows 2000/XP. Why replace that portion of the OS? Because we hate not having choices. So pGina uses easy to write plugins to accomodate for authentication via limitless backends."

It's on my thinks-to-do list. I want ot write a pGina Plugin that uses AutoItX v3 DLL version of AutoIt 3. This will allow an AutoIt Script to be run behind the Windows Logon screen. I want to use this to Poll for Returned Devices that have Locked the Windows session - See my UnAttended.au3 project in Scripts and Scraps. Devices are removable USB Key drives or Windows Mobile PDAs etc. :whistle:

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