Right, the server at my school runs Windows XP, and obviously I'm on a student account. I want to try and access the command prompt. Although I've managed actually accessing it, it says that I do not have permission to use or operate it etc. Is there anyway of bypassing this, the C: drive is blocked, and i cant access it via any forms (address in the IE url etc.).
you could try right clicking on the desktop and creating a shortcut to c: it always works at my college...
One of the first thing I tried.
I also tried creating a new shortcut from scratch, doesnt work unfortunately.
As well as that the admins have blocked right clicks.
RE: Command Prompt User Blocked
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Posted on 11-04-06 03:56
yeah i had the same problem. all you need is to make a prompt in a batch file. (Strangely enough, they didn't block batch files) I got one off HTS, i suggest you go there... But yea my school's the same way, the C drive is blocked off. I can get into any of the other drives, just not C. And btw, if your school is like mine, you can go on the internet and upload it all to a fileshare thing, and just kinda steal their files. (That's what I did lol) but yeah I'm having the same problem...so if u find out anything about it, tell me
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