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_RunSystemPrivilege()

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

You might want to include some text in your post :shocked:

From what i see and know, this is the "trick" to get a program running as SYSTEM right?

It won't work in locked down environments in which you can't start the Scheduler service....

Edited by Sypher

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yes it's just a "trick", and need Sheduler service

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why not just use cmd /c sc /? and create the service for the program (ex:notepad)...?

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