|Subject:||Local System Account & Network Access|
|Posted by:||Alwin (Alw…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 29 Jun 2006|
I have a custom developed windows service running on XP - very simple , it
accepts commands via TCP/IP and executes them on the pc on which it is
The service gets installed with 'Local System' account credentials which by
all accounts does not have access to network resources. I am however able to
send commands to the service instructing it to install software packages
which reside on a network share (shared read-only for domain users) and it
works just fine.
I am concerned because all the documentation I have read indicates that this
should not be possible, are there any special circumstances where the System
account can access UNC share paths?