I am a Computer Support Technician, and I have set up an eSports lab for our eSports team. I have been informed that Rainbow Six Siege requires Moss for tournaments. I have tried several different options to get Moss to run for non-admin users. The main thing I have tried is using a scheduled task to run the program on a local administrator account on the computers, but this has not worked out well. I am curious to see if there are any other people who have run into this issue at Universities and what their solutions were.
When I ran the schtask, I set it up to start moss utilizing the administrator’s account when a domain (non-admin) user logs in. Moss was successfully starting and I verified this in the task manager. Unfortunately, there was no GUI and the screenshots folder was created on the administrators desktop. When the user played R6S, there were no screenshots saved in the folder.
I am also trying to reach out to other Universities to see what their solutions to this problem are. Any help is appreciated!
you should check the command line options or/and registry keys to redirect Zip to a specific folder , If needed I can add a command line option to stop the monitoring.
However those options are a bit sensitive and reserved to identified admins , I invite you to contact me on twitter to validate your access