- UAC bypass via elevated .NET applications - Almond Offensive ...
NET application load an arbitrary DLL, we can use the following environment
variables: ... /t REG_SZ /d "1" /f REG ADD "HKCU\Environment" /v "
COR_PROFILER_PATH" /t REG_SZ /d "C:\Temp\test.dll" /f mmc gpedit.msc.offsec.provadys.com/UAC-bypass-dotnet.html
- Creating network share with anonymous access | Nikola ...
Open Group Policy Editor (hit Ctrl+R, type gpedit.msc and hit enter); Navigate to
Computer Configuration ... Essentially what it suggests is using LanMan level 1
compatibility mode which would allow OS to accept LM ...nikolar.com/.../creating-network-share-with-anonymous...
- How to Install .NET 3.5 in Windows Server | Tech How To's
NET Framework 3.5 in Windows Server 2008/R2 or 2012/R2, then you can try out
the "Alternate source file path' technique. ... Click on Start -> Run and enter:
gpedit.msc. The above will open Local Group Policy Editor:.www.techhowtos.com/.../how-to-install-net-framework-...
- Programmatically updating local policy in Windows - Oliver Wyman ...
The graphical editor, gpedit.msc, is pretty easy to use. But what to do when we
need to script policy changes? There is the Group Policy Management Console
Class Library, a .NET library, and also a set of Powershell cmdlets ...tech.labs.oliverwyman.com/.../programmatically-updati...
- Managing Printers with Group Policy, PowerShell, and Print ...
Just because it is possible to do many configuration jobs 'click by bleeding click',
doesn't mean that it is a good idea. It is better to step back, plan, and use the
advanced resources provided for managing large network. Printer ...www.red-gate.com/.../managing-printers-with-group-po...
- Solved: net use and system error 1231 - Hewlett Packard Enterprise ...
Solved: I'm trying to put "net use lpt1 \\print_server\itprinter /persistent:yes" into a
batch file so when I run a DOS ... Start>run>type gpedit.msc>Computer
Configuration>Administrative Templates>System>Logon>Set run these ...community.hpe.com/t5/...System.../net-use.../3322367
- How to Set an NTP Server Group Policy | Chron.com
Using Group Policy Editor, you can instruct the operating system to respond to or
ignore time synchronization requests from other clients in your enterprise. 1. Click
"Start," type "gpedit.msc" into the search box, press "Enter" and select "Group ...smallbusiness.chron.com > ... > Policies
- Slow Internet with Windows 10? Here's how to fix it - TechGenix
Many of these background applications can be disabled when not in use to
prevent a slow Internet connection. This will also improve the overall ... Type "
gpedit.msc" in the search box of Run and press OK. Starting GPEDIT ...techgenix.com > ... > Windows 10
- mapping network drives upon startup - Windows 7 Help Forums
I have a number of computers using Windows 7 which share network drives. ...
ping 192.0.2.2 -n 1 -w 20000 > nul net use x: \\host\shaer net use y: \\host\share ...
Start > Run > type "gpedit.msc" (without quotes) click ok.www.sevenforums.com/network.../331119-mapping-ne...
- Net Use System Error 58 | Sigkill IT
You break out the command line and run net use z: \\windows7\share but get a
System Error 58 ... Run GPedit.msc; Expand Computer Configuration->Windows
Settings->Security Settings->Local Policies->Security Options ...sigkillit.com/tag/net-use-system-error-58/