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Posted on 05-04-07 05:23
I need to run a VBscript on every computer in my network.
for once this is a legitimate caperm i just need to use it to copy a desktop to every computer that's logged on.

is there a NET command to do this or should i go download a remote code exploit from milw0rm. i'm sure i've seen how to do this somewhere.... but i can't think where. and i kinda need it fast

i'll be googling as well, so no one yell google it at me! Pfft


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Posted on 05-04-07 12:05
weeeeeeeeeel you could set a shutdown/startup/logon script for all of the pc's or if your on a domain launch a commane from your servers cmd ^^
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Posted on 05-04-07 14:00
Not sure exactly what you're trying to do (a bit unclear), but you could try using the NET USE command to map the normally open IPC$ share on each computer. Or, if you have Admin credentials, just map the C$ share. You can loop that with your IPs/credentials, and have it do a "net use /delete *" to get rid of the mapping.

If that doesn't help, please be a bit clearer as to what you're trying to accomplish.



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Posted on 05-04-07 14:51
sorry was VERY unclear... typed quickly at work.
i found a crude ineffiecent work around so it's not an issue any more, but thanks anyway.


catcha!


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