Click Here
Home Blog Gallery Links Tutorials Projects
Running Process as System user in Windows XP 2011-04-27 11:07
Have you ever wondered how to run a program on SYSTEM account on Windows XP? It's pretty easy. For first you nead an account with an Administrator privileges running on your desktop. Next, open command line and type
Quote:
at time /interactive cmd.exe
where time is your current system time plus one minute (e.g. 11:08) and cmd.exe is a program that currently will run. On this way you can run any program with system privilages without any fuss. Happy system hacking :)
<< The Three Skulls: Carmageddon.com Grand Opening XUbuntu Linux Live Recovery and Rescue CD >>
All Entries

Add a Comment

Get Your IP Instantly
Name:
Enter the text shown in the image (case sensitive):
Email:

The site engine has been coded from scratch. The modules are coded separately eath other.
Server Time: 19:14. Dates and times are shown in Lithuanian (GMT +2) timezone
Name:
Password:

Enter Captcha (Case Sensitive):


Register
English
Lietuviškai

RSS Feed
Main Content
Carmageddon
Programming
Technology
Electronics
Linux
Anything
Site Info

Unique visit count:
4 visits on page.
3519 visits on site.
Detailed Statistics