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I need a script using the SendKeys method which will enable users to execute a remote shutdown of a router using telnet, but will not allow the user to see the username, nor edit the file.  I would prefer using the script to disable the user's ability to edit the file, rather than the OS.  Any ideas?
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I do this sort of thing with a great application called AutoMate. It can lock scripts, login for you, it can do almost anything and is really easy to setup! Check it out at http://www.networkautomation.com 
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