Can you change "logged-in" user without explicitly logging off?

Can you change "logged-in" user without explicitly logging off?

Post by Matt » Thu, 22 Apr 2004 08:11:58


Just wondering if it is possible to change the user that
is currently "logged-in" without explicity logging off?

For example:

User A is logged in with user A's settings

<magic>

User B is logged in with user B's settings

Is there any <magic> to do this without User A logging off?

Thanks,

Matt.
 
 
 

Can you change "logged-in" user without explicitly logging off?

Post by Ben M. Sch » Sat, 22 May 2004 08:23:50


I'm not clear on what the issue is here. You want them BOTH logged onto
the same machine at the same time? If user A was logged on and now user
B has logged on hasn't user A effectively logged off?
I guess to answer your question, no. I don't know of any way you could
have user B logged into a Windows 2000 machine without User A logging off.
You can run certain programs as a different user with the "Run As" option,
but that's only going to apply to that specific instance of that program.