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islander_810

Small Prob while runnig WIHU at T-12

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I run WIHU from cmdlines.txt at T-12 with

".\WIHU\wihu.exe /AutoInstall=60 /Beep=15 /SkipRestart /NoRestartChange"

When it starts, in the first screen, It shows me logged in as "SYSTEM" and New User name and password are greyed out.

I can't create a new user here. However, in the second screen I can.

How can I create a new user in the 1st screen itself?

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Creating "Daily Work User" (in first screen) is not possible since at this stage the "Secondary Logon Service" is not running yet. This prevents impersonation of the newly created user, and any Software installation at this would fail.

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PoloDude    0
Creating "Daily Work User" (in first screen) is not possible since at this stage the "Secondary Logon Service" is not running yet. This prevents impersonation of the newly created user, and any Software installation at this would fail.

Just a little question Benjamin, i've been using your program since you start developing it, and in those days (version 1.6.1.1, witch i still use) it was possible to make a use during T12, isn't there still a way to do that with the newer version?

Grtz

Edit:

Ok, i missread your comment somewhere along the way, but isn't it possible to make it active if you skip the software part? As that would rock :D

Edited by PoloDude

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but isn't it possible to make it active if you skip the software part?

I think this would be possible, but I don't know if I can get WIHU compilation running under Visual Studio 2008. I will take a look at it later day.

Benjamin Kalytta

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