|Subject:||Re: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Password|
|Posted by:||VanguardLH (..@nguard.LH)|
|Date:||Sat, 5 Jun 2010|
> I noticed, in the Task Scheduler, that Apple
Apple is a company name, not a product name. You have not identified
just WHAT program is being scheduled to execute on your host.
> has a task scheduled that uses SYSTEM. I am assuming Apple's task
> uses: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM. What is the SYSTEM password?
There isn't one. System is a special OS-level account that you don't
normally get to use for your own tasks. Only a user logged on with
administrator privileges can create a scheduled task that will run
under the System account but not using the GUI interface provided by
the Scheduled Tasks wizard.
NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Password posted by JC on Fri, 4 Jun 2010