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Re: SYSTEM Problem

On Feb  9 17:47, Jaspreet Singh wrote:
> > > hi, i just created a new user 'test' in
> > windows and in /etc/passwd, in
> > >  windows 'test' is a member of 'Users'
> > group. Now when i run /bin/bash
> > > as SYSTEM User it 'su' to any user in there
> > with valid shell, but it is
> > > not doing 'su' to User 'test'.
> > > 
> > > So, i tried 'Runas' running CMD as SYSTEM user
> > of windows its still not
> > >  login in to bash as User 'test'. It saying
> > 'Permission Denied'.
> > > 
> > > I just wanted to know that as SYSTEM has rights to
> > 'su' to any user why
> > >  its not 'su' to user that i just created. 
> > 
> > If the process running as SYSTEM is started as or from a
> > Windows service,
> > the the user token of the process has not the "create
> > a token object"
> > right starting with Windows Server 2003.  This disallows
> > switching
> > the user context if no password for the new user is given.
>   Yes you are right, so do you have any sugestion/ideas how to do
>   that on Windows XP SP2/NTFS/CYGWIN1.7. Does cyglsa in any way
>   can help

Yes, as well as storing the password in the registry.


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