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Preventing normal users to close or modify systray resident programs

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How can I prevent normal users to close systray resident programs on Windows 2000 Server. There is a way to configure this using Windows 2000 software? There is a third part efficient program to do that?
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Program that run as a service such as antivirus start and remain resident and the normal user cannot stop them.

Other programs may not be run in that fashion.
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And then again ...

http://www.firedaemon.com/

FireDaemon is a utility that allows you to install and run virtually any native Win32 application or script as a Windows service.
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Thanks alandc
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