Didier wrote:

> If you create a windows user based on datas stored in a
> flat file and do all the checking to have it done
> consistently. You can give the program to a
> non administrator of the network.  But you will not give
> the administrator password so that any task be done
> by anyone.

It is difficult to understand the goal as you have explained it. As I
understand it, you want to grant administrative rights to
non-administrative users, but you don't want them to have administrative
authority.

You really cannot grant administrative access without going through the
access procedure, which includes a password. The password is either in the
script, or it is known to the user so he can type it in. Neither of these
options seems particularly attractive.

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Paul Lutus
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