Ok, here is the deal:
I have a computer running Windows XP Professional SP2 which is a touch screen - and it automatically logs into a restricted user account which has limited capability, and an on screen keyboard to run searches or browse a program's menu.
In order to make any changes to this system, I would need to log into the Administrator account by plugging in a keyboard and repeatedly tapping shift to bypass the auto login to the restricted user account. This however is providing to be a bit time consuming, as the process can be hit or miss, resulting in the need to reboot the computer, and try again until you get the login prompt.
In the user account, privileges to command prompt and auto run (i.e: automatically run a CD or USB drive when it is plugged in) are left open for certain functions to operate. My question is this:
Is it possible to create a batch file which can be executed from a USB drive using an "autorun.ini" file so that upon plugging it into this computer, it logs out of the user account, and logs you directly into the Administrator account without the need to reboot?.
If not, are there other methods to do this efficiently without having to use the a fore mentioned method?
Thank you in advance!