Example. VB.NET ONLY

Any example code using this API call in vb.net, CreateProcessWithLogon . I have the VB6 code, but am struggling with converting the following lines.
CreateProcessWithLogon StrPtr(lpUsername), StrPtr(lpDomain), StrPtr(lpPassword),

The API is expecting a string pointer. I see other posts on this, but no real VB.NET answer.

I really need help on this one. Just want to run a program under ADMIN right. I can get the admin id and password. I tried Impersonation, but I need code samples. VB.NET ONLY!!!

Help Please!!!

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VB6 CODE. - Can't get this to work with .NET

Private Const LOGON_WITH_PROFILE = &H1&
Private Const LOGON_NETCREDENTIALS_ONLY = &H2&
Private Const CREATE_DEFAULT_ERROR_MODE = &H4000000
Private Const CREATE_NEW_CONSOLE = &H10&
Private Const CREATE_NEW_PROCESS_GROUP = &H200&
Private Const CREATE_SEPARATE_WOW_VDM = &H800&
Private Const CREATE_SUSPENDED = &H4&
Private Const CREATE_UNICODE_ENVIRONMENT = &H400&
Private Const ABOVE_NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS = &H8000&
Private Const BELOW_NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS = &H4000&
Private Const HIGH_PRIORITY_CLASS = &H80&
Private Const IDLE_PRIORITY_CLASS = &H40&
Private Const NORMAL_PRIORITY_CLASS = &H20&
Private Const REALTIME_PRIORITY_CLASS = &H100&
Private Type PROCESS_INFORMATION
    hProcess As Long
    hThread As Long
    dwProcessId As Long
    dwThreadId As Long
End Type
Private Type STARTUPINFO
    cb As Long
    lpReserved As Long
    lpDesktop As Long
    lpTitle As Long
    dwX As Long
    dwY As Long
    dwXSize As Long
    dwYSize As Long
    dwXCountChars As Long
    dwYCountChars As Long
    dwFillAttribute As Long
    dwFlags As Long
    wShowWindow As Integer
    cbReserved2 As Integer
    lpReserved2 As Byte
    hStdInput As Long
    hStdOutput As Long
    hStdError As Long
End Type
Private Declare Function CreateProcessWithLogon Lib "Advapi32" Alias "CreateProcessWithLogonW" (ByVal lpUsername As Long, ByVal lpDomain As Long, ByVal lpPassword As Long, ByVal dwLogonFlags As Long, ByVal lpApplicationName As Long, ByVal lpCommandLine As Long, ByVal dwCreationFlags As Long, ByVal lpEnvironment As Long, ByVal lpCurrentDirectory As Long, lpStartupInfo As STARTUPINFO, lpProcessInfo As PROCESS_INFORMATION) As Long
Private Declare Function CloseHandle Lib "kernel32" (ByVal hObject As Long) As Long
Private Sub Form_Load()
    Dim lpUsername As String, lpDomain As String, lpPassword As String, lpApplicationName As String
    Dim lpCommandLine As String, lpCurrentDirectory As String
    Dim StartInfo As STARTUPINFO, ProcessInfo As PROCESS_INFORMATION
    lpUsername = "OtherUser"
    lpDomain = ""
    lpPassword = "other_user_password"
    lpApplicationName = "C:\WINNT\NOTEPAD.EXE"
    lpCommandLine = vbNullString 'use the same as lpApplicationName
    lpCurrentDirectory = vbNullString 'use standard directory
    StartInfo.cb = LenB(StartInfo) 'initialize structure
    StartInfo.dwFlags = 0&
    CreateProcessWithLogon StrPtr(lpUsername), StrPtr(lpDomain), StrPtr(lpPassword), LOGON_WITH_PROFILE, StrPtr(lpApplicationName), StrPtr(lpCommandLine), CREATE_DEFAULT_ERROR_MODE Or CREATE_NEW_CONSOLE Or CREATE_NEW_PROCESS_GROUP, ByVal 0&, StrPtr(lpCurrentDirectory), StartInfo, ProcessInfo
    CloseHandle ProcessInfo.hThread 'close the handle to the main thread, since we don't use it
    CloseHandle ProcessInfo.hProcess 'close the handle to the process, since
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boneal06Author Commented:
The link has similar code, but their program is doing something different. They want to create a process for the authenticated user, but I need to create a process for any user. Plus they are using a different api call. CreateProcessWithUser. I need CreateProcessWithLogon.

In addition, I'll be invoking this from a Windows Application, not a Webform app. So, there are slight differences.  Thanks however.
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