How to "log on as a batch job" under Vista HOME <---

Posted: 01-13-2008, 04:41 PM

I need a simple scheduled task, just a batch file, for a limited user.
Giving that user administrator rights is unacceptable.

After creating the task, a message pops up telling me that this tasks
requires the user to have the right "Logon as a batch job".

Such is pure nonsense, as Windows Vista Home versions don't have "Local
Security policy". Using "Help" results in the same nonsense: referring
to something that is not part of the actual version of Vista.

How to execute a simple batch file under an administrator account?
Someone knows?

Kind Regards,
Ruud Uphoff

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