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    Default Re: Adding "Log on as a service" rights to a user programmatically?

    Hi Jeffrey,

    the first question is, how would you do it programmatically *without*
    SetupBuilder through a command line tool or something like that.

    As far as I can see, it can be done via a PowerShell Script, a VBScript,
    group policy manipulation via advapi32.dll APIs -or- using the ntrights.exe
    Windows Resource Kit tool.

    Not sure if you can use this method, but I have developed a small demo
    project. See attached screenshot. I am using the "ntrights.exe" from the
    Win2003 Windows Resource Toolkit and it seemed to work fine on Windows 10
    Fall Creators Update.

    Command line should look like this:
    %TMPDIR%\ntrights.exe +r SeServiceLogonRight -u "Domain\Administrator"

    What do you think?


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