Re: Enable/Disable Network Interfaces
I've meant that a non-admin user should know name & password of
The Administraror or other admin account in order to disable network
If this is not acceptable, and you can not make a service (daemon) running
with admin rights and doing this on the user's behalf, there is no [easy]
For wireless adapters, non-admin users can disable radio from
the Mobility center, or use the hardware RF switch.
Of course this is not same as disabling the card.
"Stefan Helmig" wrote:
> Hello Pavel,
> "Pavel A." <pavel_a@NOwritemeNO.com> wrote in message news:7D20E8A5-F6F9-4CEB-AA40-57B3FF0E62F6@microsoft.com...
> >> How can I allow a basic user to
> >> enable or disable a network connection
> >> (the network device/card)
> > Give that user a name and password for an admin account.
> > Otherwise, create a service to disable the connection by user request .
> It sounds good, but I don't know how I do this.
> Sorry, but the User already has a name and a password
> I can't create the same Username with
> Administror-Privileges ??? It's confusing
> User FullName Desc. Priv./Group
> user user ... Users
> user user ... Administrators
> And if this would work, the user has Administrator
> Priveleges for the whole Computer - isn't it?
> This is very confusing to me...
> I hope you can explain it.