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Does anybody know if it is possible to make an AutoIt script authenticate a user within Windows environment.

On our domain, internet is blocked by default for generic accounts but this is causing issues. What I want to do is:- If a generic account is logged on and a user attempts to access internet sites, send a challenge so a user can use their own credentials which will then allow them access to internet sites without logging off the generic account.

I know generic accounts are a bad thing but unfortunately due to the environment we wok in they are necessary. Am I chasing rainbows here?

Thanks for looking and any suggestions you can make


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Does anybody know if it is possible to make an AutoIt script authenticate a user within Windows environment.

On our domain, internet is blocked by default for generic accounts but this is causing issues. What I want to do is:- If a generic account is logged on and a user attempts to access internet sites, send a challenge so a user can use their own credentials which will then allow them access to internet sites without logging off the generic account.

I know generic accounts are a bad thing but unfortunately due to the environment we wok in they are necessary. Am I chasing rainbows here?

Thanks for looking and any suggestions you can make

What happens when you use RunAs()?

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