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Problems executing a subprogram from Python in Windows

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I'm having a problem with executing a subprogram from a Python script. The subprogram is written in VBS (os = Win Server 2003).

When I execute the Python script manually, the VBS script works perfectly :) .
When I execute the Python script through the Windows scheduler, the VBS script doesn't launch :( .
More precisely, it doesn't launch under a normal windows user, but it works under an administrator windows account.
It is obviously linked to right access.

Have you had this problem ? How did you get it (it has to work through normal user ...) ?

Thanks for your help.

PS : I'm using Python 2.1 (it is provided by an editor)
Jul 16 '06 #1
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