Not sure if the title makes sense, but heres the scenario. I am trying to push my users to run as limited users, as there is too much of a security risk to run as admin. But they will lose some flexibility and productivity and may even create more work orders for simple software installs and execution. Tell me if this is a good idea or what an alternative is. Ive seen some free software for windows that will allow the equivalent of sudo in linux. But I was thinking about creating an admin account named installme and runme for installing and running software from the run as cmd. With this, is there anyway to disable interactive login with these accounts so the user cant login with these accounts? By the way this is a local windows xp environment and I will shortly switch it over to a 2003 active dir domain. If you need anymore info or this sound unclear, let me know. Thanks in advance.
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Install and Run account for the Limited User Account