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Public Shared Function CreateProcessWithTokenW(hToken As IntPtr, dwLogonFlags As Integer, lpApplicationName As String, lpCommandLine As String, dwCreationFlags As Integer, lpEnvironment As IntPtr, lpCurrentDirectory As IntPtr, ByRef lpStartupInfo As STARTUPINFO, ByRef lpProcessInformation As PROCESS_INFORMATION) As Boolean
User-Defined Field Types:
public enum LogonFlags
/// Log on, then load the user's profile in the HKEY_USERS registry key. The function
/// returns after the profile has been loaded. Loading the profile can be time-consuming,
/// so it is best to use this value only if you must access the information in the
/// HKEY_CURRENT_USER registry key.
/// NOTE: Windows Server 2003: The profile is unloaded after the new process has been
/// terminated, regardless of whether it has created child processes.
/// <remarks>See LOGON_WITH_PROFILE</remarks>
WithProfile = 1,
/// Log on, but use the specified credentials on the network only. The new process uses the
/// same token as the caller, but the system creates a new logon session within LSA, and
/// the process uses the specified credentials as the default credentials.
/// This value can be used to create a process that uses a different set of credentials
/// locally than it does remotely. This is useful in inter-domain scenarios where there is
/// no trust relationship.
/// The system does not validate the specified credentials. Therefore, the process can start,
/// but it may not have access to network resources.
/// <remarks>See LOGON_NETCREDENTIALS_ONLY</remarks>