Automate RunAs Password Entry

Enables automated password entry for the RunAs command.

 
 
 
 
 
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8/10/2009
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  • Maybe Bad Idea
    1 Posts | Last post April 20, 2013
    • I agree this is a bad idea.
      However I dont see much positive feedback.
      There are many instances this could be the only method.
      I for one don't have good scripting skills, nor do I have a Windows server.
      we are using windows Xp & Windows 7 clients attached to Linux servers.
      How to automate the logon process and be able to use Registry changes by elivatie the user during logon.
      If there is constructive comments or solutions it would be great.
      
      Berni
  • Not recommended.
    7 Posts | Last post February 09, 2013
    • This is a bad idea.
    • I agree with you. This is ta a terrible solution.
    • Never hardcode a password in plain-text. Ever...
    • Let me rephrase that.  Never hardcode a password, period.
    • Bad idea for security reasons? 
    • True.
    • agreed, bad idea for security reason, but it can help for developers sometime
  • Ditto!!
    3 Posts | Last post January 16, 2012
    • Have to agree with everyone. Not recommended
    • Script would function but voted 1 star since this represents a terrible security vulnerability.
    • I think is okay to used, as long you have Script Encoder, yeah maybe still vulnerability, but of course it will be a simple solutions and solve the problem. 
      
      Recommended to use with Script Encoder....