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Any one know how to protect my program with password ?

password will be set on server ( 1 user 1 password )

If he will get banned password will be changed or user removed

so user cant use program

AutoIT can do that?

Gordoni


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Any one know how to protect my program with password ?

password will be set on server ( 1 user 1 password )

If he will get banned password will be changed or user removed

so user cant use program

AutoIT can do that?

Gordoni

yeah ofcourse thats posseble u need to build a autoit server and a client on the server u can define witch users are allowd to log in and witch not

i made the same thing as u but i had olso admin richt and user richt on the server i can set somebody as status admin and the next time he logs in u can add users ban users remove users make users admin and remove admin right etc etc whatever u want but that alot of work how u can make a tcp server with multiple connection u can find on the forums but searching for it good luck

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Any one know how to protect my program with password ?

password will be set on server ( 1 user 1 password )

If he will get banned password will be changed or user removed

so user cant use program

AutoIT can do that?

Gordoni

Create a share with read only perms for a local group like Script_Access. Put the users with permission to run the script in the local group (and remove them to remove permission).

When the script starts, it will DriveMapAdd() to that share, which will prompt the user for credentials. If the user can't authenticate to the share, then DriveMapAdd() fails, and the script exits.

This is as secure as it is difficult to decompile the script. Only you can determine if that's good enough.

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