Running command in user context when install is in system

Hi all,

Running SCCM - building af application for Citrix Receiver.

The deployment is done under the system account.

We kill citrix under the update. But after we are done.

I want to execute a command with param as the user currently logged in.

With the gui or in the script. Is this doable?

this line i want to run as the currently active user.
C:\Program Files (x86)\Citrix\SelfServicePlugin\SelfServicePlugin.exe -reconnectApps

As far as I’m aware there’s no way of executing anything under the user’s context using sccm.

This however might be of some help:

We have some deployments which run in the system context and we need to run something as the user that is currently logged on. Try using “Execute-ProcessAsUser”.

Execute-ProcessAsUser -Path “$envProgramFilesX86\Citrix\SelfServicePlugin\SelfServicePlugin.exe” -Parameters ‘-reconnectApp’

(Be careful with the quote/single-quote formatting if you copy and paste this)

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I will try that…
My deployment run in interactive mode


Execute a process with a logged in user account, by using a scheduled task, to provide interaction with user in
the SYSTEM context.

FYI, Detection Logic run context is target dependent…

That is to say, if you’re targeting a User Collection and have custom powershell code in the Detection Logic, that powershell code will be run in user context. Same with targeting Machine Collection and Detection Logic running in system context. Do with that what you will.