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http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa826699(v=vs.85).aspx refer to above link. solution: To solve the problem, UAC filtering for local accounts must be disabled by creating the following DWORD registry entry and setting its value to 1: [HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System] LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy reason: "In a ...


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In order to query the root/WebAdministration namespace, you'll need to install the IIS7 WMI Provider. On Windows Server 2008, you can install it by including the following IIS Role Service in Server Manager: Web Server Role Role Services Management Tools IIS Management Scripts and Tools To access the root/MicrosoftIIsv2 namespace as well, tick ...


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I always use powershell for these kind of things; there are plenty of cmdlets that help extract this data in a useful way, and there are myriad scripts online that can get you whatever you might need. Note: I've tested these on Windows 8 and Server 2012, and they work fine. You didn't specify an OS. You will also need to run Powershell as an ...


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You may use the following commands in a PowerShell prompt: Add-Type -Assembly System.Windows.Forms [System.Windows.Forms.Application]::SetSuspendState("Suspend", $false, $true)


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Well since nobody reads the EULA why don't you just accept them all? Get-WmiObject -ComputerName "sccmcs" -Class SMS_SoftwareUpdate -Namespace root\sms\site_ABC | where {$_.EULAExists -eq $true} | foreach {$_.AcceptEula($true)} To verify you can run this before and after Get-WmiObject -ComputerName "sccmcs" -Class SMS_SoftwareUpdate -Namespace ...


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Here they suggest the following solution using WmiSecurity: WmiSecurity.exe /C="%computername%" /A /N=Root/CIMV2 /M=" DOMAIN\USER:REMOTEACCESS" /R Alternatively, you can use the built-in utility like demonstrated here. But I think that both solutions can't limit the access just to processes information.


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Granting the 'debug programs' user right in the local security policy allows access to the CommandLine/ExecutablePath information. And while it is still better than using a (local) administrator account it still poses a security risk. Which is why I have posted a follow up question to see if it can be accomplished with lower priviliges here: What are the ...



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