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How to Start a Process as Another User (NT/XP/2K)

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The following code offers solution, which is similar to Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 285879: HOWTO: Start a Process as Another User from Visual Basic.

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    Created: 2003-10-30 14:35:25  
    Modified: 2011-12-10 09:20:22  
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    CloseHandle
    CreateProcessAsUser
    CreateProcessWithLogonW
    GetLastError
    GetVersionEx
    LogonUser
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    To start a process as another user, you can use the LogonUser and CreateProcessAsUser Win32 APIs when running Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, or you can use the CreateProcessWithLogonW Win32 API when running Microsoft Windows 2000/XP or later.
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