I am surprised that, 1 year later, there are no responses to this straight forward question.
Can we run Eraser in the background without a logged in user?
Do you expect that the user never logs off when they go home at night? This seems to be in conflict with just about every security policy I have ever witnessed.
Is there a solution to this? Any hints on how we might be able to get it to work in the background without a user being logged in? I like other aspects of the tool, but this seems like a big gap for anyone other than a home user.