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First.. sorry for my bad english
For some time i play a bit with embedded Flash-Objects and after a few changed variables in the "root" of the flash-file with
$oRP.SetVariable("/:randomVar", "foobar") i came to the problem that i need to change a variable thats inside a function/class or whatever
the wanted variable is inside a
_global.client = new clientCom(fooBar); and is defined as
var _loc1_ = this; _loc1_.randomVariable = ""; how can i change it?
i tried something like
$oRP.SetVariable("/:client.randomVariable", "foobar") but nothing =(
i hope someone can help me!
Recently I was using csvde to execute some LDAP queries on a domain controller to create some reports. I noticed that when I queried the objectSID, it was returned (output) in binary format instead of the S-#-#-##-### (string) format I needed to compare with. I found there was a function I could use in the Security.au3 UDF to convert the SID Binary value to the SID String format; however, the example in the help file collected the SID binary value by using another function to lookup an AD object by name. Since I already had the SID, this "step" was erroneous to me, but I was still required to do some work to make the _Security__SidToStringSid function accept my binary values--namely creating and populating a DLLStruct before using as a parameter for the SidToSTringSid function. Below is a small illustration of what I did. It wasn't particularly complicated or difficult, but may provide some insight to folks who don't mess/work with DLLStructs much. Also, my "real" script utilized a lengthy CSV report and parsed it to replace the binary values with the SID strings. I just wanted to share this snippet.
#include <security.au3> msgbox(0,"Builtin\Users",_SIDBinaryToStr("01020000000000052000000021020000")) msgbox(0,"Builtin\Guests",_SIDBinaryToStr("01020000000000052000000022020000")) msgbox(0,"Domain Users",_SIDBinaryToStr("010500000000000515000000e2ef6c5193efdefff2b6dd4401020000")) Func _SIDBinaryToStr($hSID) Local $tSID = DllStructCreate("byte SID") DllStructSetData($tSID, "SID", Binary("0x" & $hSID)) Local $sStringSID = _Security__SidToStringSid($tSID) Return $sStringSID EndFunc
I'm hoping someone can help me out here.
I have the need to run a program with admin credentials (#RequireAdmin), and then get the SID of the locally logged in account. Not the admin account.
If you look at the attached script, Line 16 uses the @UserName variable and returns the SID for the admin account I used to launch the app.
I want to use line 17 which passes the result of the _GetUsername function which is a username using ($UserName) to the WMIService.
I'm getting " The requested action with this object has failed.:" error message.
Any suggestions would be appreciated!