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You can use Windows Task Scheduler ("Schedule Tasks") to initiate a program
when you either logon or during system startup (boot). If the program
mentioned below requires admin privileges and you want it to execute until
the next reboot or you actively remove it from memory then schedule the task
to initiate during system start up. Also, if started during system start up,
it shouldn't display a UI or query user for input as this will probably
result in unexpected behavior.
> I have a small program that i would like to start up automatically when
> windows start.
> I'm running from a limited account in xp professional
> The only way i can run the program is by right clicking on it and
> selecting the "run as" command and then typing my administrator
> Is there a way i can get this program to start automatically in my
> limited account?