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running script under system privilages

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ok, in short We are working on a script to enforce the correct settings for our wireless environment at work. The group that packaged the first half of the script runs the driver update and reboots the sytem. It autologs in with an account that runs everything with system privilages. Under windows xp we managed to work around it.

now the issue is with win2k. you can't even call control.exe much less the network control panel while running under system privilages. All it does is bring up an explore window for the c: drive.

What I am looking for is a way around it. Something like a wmi call. Does anyone have any ideas?

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