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Expertise: Beginner
Jul 9, 2000

Windows 2000 Defragment

Question:
How can users be given the ability to run defragment without any other rights being given to their computers?

Answer:
There is a utility in the W2K Resource Kit called SU.exe. SU lets you start a process running as an arbitrary user. You can run SU under W2K's Task Scheduler to accomplish your purpose. Look for the article in the Windows 2000 Resource Kits Tools help file called "Running SU Under Task Scheduler." You can set the security for the task (run at scheduled times), so the ordinary user cannot modify the task.

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