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How Can I Make My AutoIt.exe Run as a SYSTEM Process..?

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Is there any Code/UDF at all that can elevate your AutoIt.exe to run as a SYSTEM Process without having to install your AutoIt.exe as a SYSTEM Service..??

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

have you tried searching? Becouse If you do you may be surprised!

MDiesel

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?s=&showtopic=17581&view=findpost&p=121450

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Is there any Code/UDF at all that can elevate your AutoIt.exe to run as a SYSTEM Process without having to install your AutoIt.exe as a SYSTEM Service..??

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?s=&showtopic=37289&view=findpost&p=253174

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didnt see much other than how to run your AutoIt.exe as a SYSTEM SERVICE, i dont want that..!!

I just want to run my AutoIt.exe elevated as a SYSTEM Process..

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Assuming Task scheduler service is running, you could add it as a scheduled task, and then start the task.

schtasks /create /?

of interest:

/RU username

Specifies the user account (user context) under which the task runs. For the system account, valid values are "", "NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM" or "SYSTEM".

So create a task, then to run it look up the parameters for:

schtasks /run

The parameters I gave are for WindowsXP, I know Vista should have those of XP and more.

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