We recently implemented outlook signature distribution software that requires a script to be run, but because this script has a password in plaintext I decided to convert the script to a .exe file (not the safest, but our users won't understand this, besides theres nothing they can do with the database it gives access to).
The problem is that, as far as I can tell, this script does not get executed on the couple of Windows 7 machines that we have. I assume it has something to do with user rights. Running as the computer account won't work, because the script checks which users executes it and then fetches the outlook signature for that user.
Is there any alternative, or a way to force this script to run? Our users obviously don't have administrator rights.