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Jul
7
comment Which registry key corresponds to “Log on as a service”?
Right, so my question is really about the proper API then. I moved my question over to SO. Thanks. stackoverflow.com/questions/31274146/…
Jul
7
comment Which registry key corresponds to “Log on as a service”?
Why gpedit.msc and not secpol.msc? I'm using secpol to edit it now. It must be stored somewhere. It's not a secret lol
Jul
7
comment Which registry key corresponds to “Log on as a service”?
I'm also not domain admin. Just a user which happens to have admin rights on a machine.
Jul
7
comment Which registry key corresponds to “Log on as a service”?
Okay, so where is that physically stored? Can I access it via WMI? I know I can use the Win32 API to find it, but ultimately I need to flip this bit on a remote machine, and WMI seems the way to go if possible.
Jul
7
asked Which registry key corresponds to “Log on as a service”?
Jun
22
comment Import IIS Advanced Logs into SQL
This is exactly what I'm after, especially the checkpoint feature. I'm going to experiment with this a bit and then revert with any more questions I might have. Marking as answered.
Jun
22
accepted Import IIS Advanced Logs into SQL
Jun
21
comment Import IIS Advanced Logs into SQL
I need the data in the table in as near realtime as possible, which is why a job every 60s would be best. Ultimately, this will be front-ended by an ASP.NET app.
Jun
21
asked Import IIS Advanced Logs into SQL
Jul
10
comment Apache2 config variable is not defined
/etc/apache2/envvars doesn't exist
Jul
2
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Jun
27
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Jun
27
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Jun
27
comment Does InstallShield keep a log during installation?
That's for MSI. The question is about InstallShield.
Nov
25
comment Watching a file and sending an email when it changes
Is there something like this for Windows?
Nov
25
comment Windows - Backup file on change
The file is overwritten with the same name and different content every N minutes. I have an internal request for this functionality, so I'm not going to question its usefulness.
Nov
25
comment Windows - Backup file on change
I have the audit set up and working. How do I attach a script to it? I just need to make a copy of a file on every change.
Nov
24
comment Windows - Backup file on change
Unfortunately, I need this on-premise, as my users need access to the file from our network. There are also PCI concerns having the file leave our network.
Nov
24
comment Windows - Backup file on change
The issue I have with this is that the file may change more frequently than the backup interval. Why is the event trigger and script approach insane?
Nov
24
asked Windows - Backup file on change