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comment Powercli Script to measure the count of Host and its Vm's in a each clusters
@GregL Seems like the duplicate must be on ServerFault, rather than SO. Offhand the question seems like a better fit for SO. Certainly it's presented more clearly there, though of course that's easily fixed here.
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answered Opening an Excel spread sheet in .NET on a x64 system
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revised Windows Security: can user read local files with only 'Log on as a batch job'?
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comment Windows Security: can user read local files with only 'Log on as a batch job'?
Assuming Joe's efforts to read the restricted data will be less than heroic, do you agree with Kasius's conclusion in the comments? Or have we missed something?
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comment Windows Security: can user read local files with only 'Log on as a batch job'?
I'm afraid this answer begs the question: could Joe somehow log "in via scheduled task" and read the data? Or has he been effectively restricted?
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comment Windows Security: can user read local files with only 'Log on as a batch job'?
Thanks. Joe does not have local Administrators group privileges on firstServer. The Scheduled Task is a Powershell script and actually runs fine without the BATCH group in the security context.
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comment Windows Security: can user read local files with only 'Log on as a batch job'?
@TheCleaner - No folders are Shared, and I'm not concerned about printer access unless you think it would help Joe read a file on the local drive.
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comment Windows Security: can user read local files with only 'Log on as a batch job'?
Fair enough... see edit.
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