Allow Shutdown not in system registry
whooper "at" freeshell.org
Thu Apr 1 18:31:01 2004
William Hooper said:
> E. Sprow said:
>> I am using windows xp pro; even when I establish a user account, I am
>> quite able to shut down the vnc server from the start menu. I have
>> at the os' program access, but I don't find anything that would apply
> Are you sure they are not members of the Administrators or Power Users
> groups? I'll be danged if I can find a good reference for what powers
> each group has, but I will keep looking.
> I'm pretty sure it is a bug if a Regular User (not Administrator or Power
> User) can do a "winvnc4.exe -stop". If I get a chance tomorrow I will see
> if I can replicate it.
VNC works as designed here:
C:\Program Files\RealVNC\VNC4>winvnc4.exe -stop
VNC Server 4.0 - VNC Server for Win32, Version 4.0b4
Built on Sep 4 2003 at 14:46:18
Copyright ⌐ RealVNC Ltd. 2002-2003
Attempting to stop service...
Thu Apr 01 12:28:04 2004
main: unable to open the service: Access is denied.