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start exe only in a range of time

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Hello to all,

i've a malicius user that come in office before job time,

do suspicius activities then shutdown pc and go home.

For law in my contry i can't record its PC activity or room where

him works. So i receive task to stop its activity.

I'e idea to do script that allow .exe run only in a range of time, maybe a command line tool:

script my.exe [start time] [until time] [text message]

But i've no idea how to start... anyone can help ?

thank you,

m.

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Use a windows domain. Keep track of your users. See who logs off and on at what times. Use a camera at the entrance of the building.

And a fyi: I'm only suggesting this because allowing an executable only in a certain period is not a good idea.

Edited by Manadar

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Use User Logon Script to find the User an the PC

Test this

logon.bat

echo OFF
set DATUM=%DATE:~-2%-%DATE:~-7,2%-%DATE:~-10,2%
echo %DATE% %TIME% PC: %COMPUTERNAME% USER: %USERNAME% >> \\fileserver\logs\%DATUM%.log

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thank you for reply,

can't build a domain only for this, and law for camera is very stricly (not allowed in pubblic areas)

I know pc where activity is done. And keylogger is installed. I have all information about user and time.

Unfortunly this PC has generic user that allow different users to gain access to PC.

My malicius user choose this pc for this, i think.

Mana why you think that run .exe in a certain period is not a good idea ?

(domain environment allow this if i remember well)

m.

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Ok here is a other solution for your problem.

Start cmd and type "net help user"

There is a option /TIMES with this you can configure logon hours for a user.

Example:

net user "user account" /time:M-F,8:00-16:00

User has rights to access its account between 8 and 16 every day from Monday to Friday.

You can even setup time intervals for different days as following:

net user "user account" /time:W,10am-5pm;T,2pm-3pm;F-Sa,9:00-16:00

One more thing, the week days' abbreviations are M, T, W, Th, F, Sa, Su.

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