I wrote a Test.ps1 script that is started during startup of Windows 7. To do this, I created a scheduled task in this way:

schtasks /create /sc onstart /ru System /v1 /z /tn "Test" /tr "C:\WINDOWS\system32\windowspowershell\v1.0\powershell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -file \"D:\Users\xxx\Documents\Test.ps1\" \"Administrator test\""

Since this script is 45 minutes and, in that time, the "Administrator test" administrator not must log on, I wrote at the beginning and end of this script, follow these instructions:


Get-WmiObject Win32_UserAccount -filter "LocalAccount=True AND Name=$AdministratorAccount" | % {$_.disable = $true;$_.put()}


Get-WmiObject Win32_UserAccount -filter "LocalAccount=True AND Name=$AdministratorAccount" | % {$_.enable = $true;$_.put()}

I noticed, however, that during the execution of that script, the "Administrator test" administrator can still access the system with the "Administrator test" account.

Where I wrong?


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