ReedMikelI've never been totally clear on "Execute as System" (EAS). In many cases I'd like my scripts to be able to run with OR without a user being logged in, so EAS seems like the answer.
Can anybody explain what scenarios will fail with EAS? I assume shell commands referencing mapped drive letters would be one scenario that will fail (use UNC path instead). But what other limitations are there for EAS?
SamBelcherScripts can run as a user - even if the user is not logged in at the time.
ReedMikelThanks Sam - I did not know that.
I guess it's a lot like the Window's Task Scheduler, where just about anything can be run under any user account?