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Help with scripting Local Policy.

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Doxie

Does anyone know how i could script local policy in win2k.

I tried myself, but i had to use "Send" key all the time, and that does not look good. I rather use "import" policy or write directly to regedit some how (wich can be hard, since windows crypt stuff from Policy)

To give you an idea what i need:

WriteLocalPolicy=("newpolicy.inf")

Or

AddPolicy=(%Load and Unload drivers, "Domain", "UserName")

I wish i could do like above, but i know its not possible :ph34r:

This is what i have done so far :(

RunAsSet("UserName", "Domain", "Password")
RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & "c:\winnt\system32\secpol.msc /s","",@SW_HIDE)

Thanks in advance


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Andre

Hi,

Perhaps u can explain what u want to do in your "local" policy ?

Andre


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Doxie

Hi

I wanted to give my users the right to load and unload drivers.

After some search on the net i found a way.

And of course i will share it with you guys :ph34r:

RunAsSet("Secret", "Secret", "Secret")

RegWrite("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Command Processor", "AutoRun", "REG_SZ", "C:")
FileCopy("\\xp2app02\win2000\tools\USB\load.inf", "C:\Winnt\*.*")
Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & "secedit /configure /db \winnt\security\database\secedit.sdb /cfg load.inf /areas USER_RIGHTS","",@SW_HIDE)

RegWrite("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Command Processor", "AutoRun", "REG_SZ", "")
Sleep(2000)
FileDelete("C:\Winnt\load.inf")

RunAsSet()

Above you can see i'm loading a file call load.inf.

That is the file i created on my own computer by "exporting" my own settings from secpol.msc. So i'm loading that file into ever users security database (secedit.sdb)

And on the line below, i'm pointing out that it should only add user rights from that file.


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