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automatic login to a program running on server2003


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Ok this is a very specific question. I will try to be as clear as possible.


I have a 2003 server that runs 1 specific program, this program is very important but not very user friendly.

when the server for any reason reboots, the program starts automatically, but someone has remotely login only to type the user name and pasword of it so the database can start.

my question is (and yes I have searched for it) does anyone know of a program that can type the user name and password automatically every time the program starts. and obiously that this program runs on startup and stores the username and password.

I have some knowledge and have seen some programs but none are unattended so I would have to change having to remote to login to having to remote to click, so there wouldn't be much change.

thank you to any possible helper or lead :)
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i'll give my post an up :)

if it's not allowed on this forum let me know plz
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well guess there isn't an option thanks to all anyway will check back some other day, maybe i'll find a late response
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