I'm developing an ADHD management system for myself. Without going into detail (and as silly as it may sound for a grown man to need something like this), I need to build a me-proof service to run on my Windows 7 Ultra laptop. I still need fairly complete access to the system, though.
How can I set things up so that I'm unable to "easily" (ie. within 3-5 mins without rebooting) stop the service or prevent it from running?
EDIT: I recognize that the solution here is probably some sort of pre-existing software that I need to hunt down for myself and that it would run under an admin account (w/password known by someone else) while I regularly use a limited account. The issue is that I'm a developer & regularly need more than standard user access to the machine. Here are some specifics in terms of what I tend to need to do:
- Install/remove programs
- Run virtual machines via vmware or virtualbox, sometimes through Vagrant
- Kill processes I've started
- Start/stop services that may not be running under my account
- Have access to most files/directories (don't regularly need access to hosts file)
...I think that covers the standards that would be too frequent for me to ask someone to type in a password.