Giving users the ability to stop/start service

Giving users the ability to stop/start service

Post by William Ried » Fri, 06 Dec 1996 04:00:00



I am certain that this question has been asked before but can I give an
non-administrator the ability to stop / start specific NT services?

Please respond via email if possible.

William Riedy

 
 
 

Giving users the ability to stop/start service

Post by Francois Malri » Tue, 17 Dec 1996 04:00:00


I want to know what controls which users a service can be started by.
For example, some services are startable by any unprivileged users (i.e:
Clipbook Server) and some (the one I installed, for one) can only be
started by some privileged users. How can I make my service startable by
Everyone?


> Yes, it's in User Manager. I don't have the menu available to give the
> exact path, but there is a menu choice where one can select the right
> (Stop/Start services is one) and assign a user to it.

This is to let users start / stop any service, not good for what I want
to do.




> > > I am certain that this question has been asked before but can I give an
> > > non-administrator the ability to stop / start specific NT services?

> > > Please respond via email if possible.

> > > William Riedy

> > I need to know this too. I am trying to simulate SUID bit (UNIX) with
> > srvany.exe to execute a "CMD" file under the LocalSystem account.

> > --

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Giving users the ability to stop/start service

Post by Identity Withhel » Tue, 17 Dec 1996 04:00:00


Look at the startup properties for those services "anyone" can start. They
all use the System Account. Services that use a specific account (like
Exchange) are a different story. The ability to Stop/Start services is all
or nothing.
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> I want to know what controls which users a service can be started by.
> For example, some services are startable by any unprivileged users (i.e:
> Clipbook Server) and some (the one I installed, for one) can only be
> started by some privileged users. How can I make my service startable by
> Everyone?


> > Yes, it's in User Manager. I don't have the menu available to give the
> > exact path, but there is a menu choice where one can select the right
> > (Stop/Start services is one) and assign a user to it.

> This is to let users start / stop any service, not good for what I want
> to do.




> > > > I am certain that this question has been asked before but can I
give an
> > > > non-administrator the ability to stop / start specific NT services?

> > > > Please respond via email if possible.

> > > > William Riedy

> > > I need to know this too. I am trying to simulate SUID bit (UNIX) with
> > > srvany.exe to execute a "CMD" file under the LocalSystem account.

> > > --

> --

>  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> |                                |                                     |
> | Francois Malric                |                                     |
> | Faculty of Engineering         |                                    
> |  
> | University of Ottawa           | Tel: 562-5800 ext.6276              |
> | 161 Louis Pasteur, Room B-109  | Fax: 562-5174                       |
> | Ottawa, Ontario (Canada)       |                                     |

> |                                |                                     |
>  ----------------------------------------------------------------------

 
 
 

Giving users the ability to stop/start service

Post by Gary K. Okad » Tue, 17 Dec 1996 04:00:00


There is not a native utility to allow this.  Currently, you either specify
this privilege for the users in question (arrghh!) or you specify this
privilege for Everyone (ARRRGGHHHH!!!!).  I have been looking around for a
third party utility for this, but have been unable to find one.  Early
attempts at rolling my own have failed, also, although I plan to
investigate this more thoroughly when I have time.

Gary O.



> I want to know what controls which users a service can be started by.
> For example, some services are startable by any unprivileged users (i.e:
> Clipbook Server) and some (the one I installed, for one) can only be
> started by some privileged users. How can I make my service startable by
> Everyone?


> > Yes, it's in User Manager. I don't have the menu available to give the
> > exact path, but there is a menu choice where one can select the right
> > (Stop/Start services is one) and assign a user to it.

> This is to let users start / stop any service, not good for what I want
> to do.




> > > > I am certain that this question has been asked before but can I
give an
> > > > non-administrator the ability to stop / start specific NT services?

> > > > Please respond via email if possible.

> > > > William Riedy

> > > I need to know this too. I am trying to simulate SUID bit (UNIX) with
> > > srvany.exe to execute a "CMD" file under the LocalSystem account.

> > > --

> --

>  ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> |                                |                                     |
> | Francois Malric                |                                     |
> | Faculty of Engineering         |                                    
> |  
> | University of Ottawa           | Tel: 562-5800 ext.6276              |
> | 161 Louis Pasteur, Room B-109  | Fax: 562-5174                       |
> | Ottawa, Ontario (Canada)       |                                     |

> |                                |                                     |
>  ----------------------------------------------------------------------

 
 
 

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