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Alright, well we gave up mostly on the Networked Drive portion of everything. Currently we have one question so far. Is there by any means a way to start a service on a networked computer (net login) without Admin Privileges, AT ALL. We do NOT have Admin Privs and we can not get them, so we have to figure out a way to do this without them. If anyone has any ideas with this, that would be awesome too.

If you need more information on this just ask, but basically to get it clearer. Starting a service on a computer, a networked computer, without admin privs at all.

Thanks a lot.

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You can configure who is allowed to start/stop services with group policy, this of course requires administrator privileges. That's down the shiter.

The only other comment I have is that if a program installs a service with out specifying who should and should not be allowed to start/stop it any one can start and stop it unless it is disabled. Only users with administrator privileges are allowed to change how a service runs on startup.

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We aren't really going to be profile jumping. We are going to put the program on each computer, but the program would need to work for anyone who logs into that computer (which is upwards of 2000 possible).

Also, what about the all users startup folder?

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