Running a service as Local System account on Windows Server 2003

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Mike M., Sep 7, 2004.

  1. Mike M.

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    Windows Server 2003.
    Not sure if this is the correct group for my question as it is part server
    2003 configuration/security and maybe part programming. I have a small c++
    application I wrote that installs as a service. It monitors another machine
    and periodically copies files from that machine. The application has a GUI
    that reflects the status of the other machine and file copies. The problem
    is if I set the service Logon proerties as "Local System account" and "Allow
    service to interact with desktop" my program cannot access the other
    machines shared directory. If I set the Logon property to a specific
    account then all works well. I am looking for a method that will allow me to
    copy the files from the share and interact with the desktop.

    TIA.
     
    Mike M., Sep 7, 2004
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