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automated scripts on a 2000 workstation

By netops ·
I have written a script to check for a process and upon the errorlevel it will either setup a SOON command to test again in 5 min, or try and start the application. The program resides on another server. It will run through the first time, but once it executes again, if the process is not running, it tells me that "access is denied" to the drive where the program is. Is there anyway around this, or will the script on run local process? If I do a whoami, it is running the command as the Administrator.

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by QB In reply to automated scripts on a 20 ...

which administrator? the local machine admin or a domain admin? Because you are definatly having a permission problem. You need to make sure that your "admistrator" user has permistions to the drive and share that the program resides.

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by netops In reply to automated scripts on a 20 ...

<nods head>
Must be the local domain. Totally forgot about that!
Thanks

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