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Curious if anyone knows if the permissions UDF can be used with certificates and if so, how.
This is the code in the UDF for $_SE_OBJECT_TYPE which doesn't state anything about certs and not sure if it would fall under one of the object types listed:
Global Enum _ ;$_SE_OBJECT_TYPE $SE_UNKNOWN_OBJECT_TYPE = 0, _ ;Unknown object type. $SE_FILE_OBJECT, _ ;Indicates a file or directory. Can be an absolute path, such as FileName.dat, C:\DirectoryName\FileName.dat, or a handle to an opened file $SE_SERVICE, _;Indicates a Windows service. A service object can be a local service, such as ServiceName, or a remote service, such as \\ComputerName\ServiceName, or a handle to a service $SE_PRINTER, _;Indicates a printer. A printer object can be a local printer, such as PrinterName, or a remote printer, such as \\ComputerName\PrinterName. $SE_REGISTRY_KEY, _;Indicates a registry key. The names can be in the format 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Example', or 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Example'. It can also be a handle to a registry key $SE_LMSHARE, _;Indicates a network share. A share object can be local, such as ShareName, or remote, such as \\ComputerName\ShareName. $SE_KERNEL_OBJECT, _;Indicates a local kernel object. All types of kernel objects are supported. ie, A process handle obtained with _Permissions_OpenProcess $SE_WINDOW_OBJECT, _;Indicates a window station or desktop object on the local computer. $SE_DS_OBJECT, _;Indicates a directory service object or a property set or property of a directory service object. e.g.CN=SomeObject,OU=ou2,OU=ou1,DC=DomainName,DC=CompanyName,DC=com,O=internet $SE_DS_OBJECT_ALL, _;Indicates a directory service object and all of its property sets and properties. $SE_PROVIDER_DEFINED_OBJECT, _;Indicates a provider-defined object. $SE_WMIGUID_OBJECT, _;Indicates a WMI object. $SE_REGISTRY_WOW64_32KEY;Indicates an object for a registry entry under WOW64. ;$_SE_OBJECT_TYPE What I'm trying to do is add another user to a cert in Certificates (Local Computer) > Personal > Certificates as if using the "manage private keys" command via the MMC.
I want use WinHttpRequest to access a OpenShift API server, it use a self signed certificate.
Does now work...
I never try with a self signed certificate, how do this?
Global $oHTTP = ObjCreate("winhttp.winhttprequest.5.1") $oHTTP.Open("GET", "https://openshift.domain:1234/api/", False) $oHttp.Option(4) = 0x0100 + 0x0200 + 0x1000 + 0x2000 $oHTTP.Option(9) = 0x0080 ;WinHttpRequestOption_SecureProtocols ;~ $oHttp.SetClientCertificate("LOCAL_MACHINE\\Personal\\certificado.crt") $oHttp.Send() $oHttp.WaitForResponse() Local $oAllHeaders = $oHttp.GetAllResponseHeaders() $oReceived = $oHttp.ResponseText $oStatusCode = $oHttp.Status $oHttp = 0 If $oStatusCode = 200 Then ConsoleWrite("$oAllHeaders--------------------" & @LF & $oAllHeaders & "$oAllHeaders--------------------" & @LF) Else ConsoleWrite("< error = " & $oReceived & @LF & $oAllHeaders & @LF) EndIf
I did create these few functions several months ago. I post here, if it can interest someone.
These functions based on WMI queries allow you to manage printers : add / delete printer, driver, port, or obtain configuration, set default printer ... I let you discover it with the code.
Here is the list of the available functions :
And some examples :
#Include "PrintMgr.au3" ; Remove a printer called "My old Lexmark printer" : _PrintMgr_RemovePrinter("My old Lexmark printer") ; Remove the driver called "Lexmark T640" : _PrintMgr_RemovePrinterDriver("Lexmark T640") ; Remove the TCP/IP printer port called "TCP/IP" _PrintMgr_RemoveTCPIPPrinterPort("MyOLDPrinterPort") ; Add a driver, called "Samsung ML-451x 501x Series", and driver inf file is ".\Samsung5010\sse2m.inf" _PrintMgr_AddPrinterDriver("Samsung ML-451x 501x Series", "Windows NT x86", @scriptDir & "\Samsung5010", @scriptDir & "\Samsung5010\sse2m.inf") ; Add a TCP/IP printer port, called "MyTCPIPPrinterPort", with IPAddress = 192.168.1.10 and Port = 9100 _PrintMgr_AddTCPIPPrinterPort("MyTCPIPPrinterPort", "192.168.1.10", 9100) ; Add a printer, give it the name "My Printer", use the driver called "Samsung ML-451x 501x Series" and the port called "MyTCPIPPrinterPort" _PrintMgr_AddPrinter("My Printer", "Samsung ML-451x 501x Series", "MyTCPIPPrinterPort") ; Set the printer called "My Printer" as default printer _PrintMgr_SetDefaultPrinter("My Printer") ; Connect to the shared printer "\\192.168.1.1\HPDeskjetColor") _PrintMgr_AddWindowsPrinterConnection("\\192.168.1.1\HPDeskjetColor") ; List all installed printers #Include <Array.au3> $aPrinterList = _PrintMgr_EnumPrinter() _ArrayDisplay($aPrinterList) ; List all printers configuration #Include <Array.au3> $aPrinterConfig = _PrintMgr_EnumPrinterConfiguration() _ArrayDisplay($aPrinterConfig) ; List all installed printer drivers #Include <Array.au3> $aDriverList = _EnumPrinterDriver() _ArrayDisplay($aDriverList) ; Retrieve the printer configuration for the printer called "Lexmark T640" #Include <Array.au3> $aPrinterConfig = _PrintMgr_EnumPrinterConfiguration("Lexmark T640") _ArrayDisplay($aPrinterConfig) ; Add a local printer port (for a file output) _AddLocalPrinterPort("c:\temp\output.pcl") ; Remove the local port _RemoveLocalPrinterPort("c:\temp\output.pcl") Download link : PrintMgr.au3
I have a pretty advanced question...
This is the issue i'm facing :
On a regular basis we need to install pfx certificates (with password protection) on devices from external companies.
To install the certificate we always have to contact the user, setup a really dull and long process to get an RDP session to that device, install the certificate.
I'm looking for :
a way to generate exe files on the fly, that will include the pfx file and password, and automatically install them without any interaction from the user, and the user not being able to retrieve the password to install the certificate.
Is this possible with AutoIT? And if so, does anyone have a working example for the certificate installation part or the auto generate with file include?
Thx in advance
How can I open a specific driver with Autoit, in my case I have an usb which has the driver letter of f.