Category : admin

I am trying to reset and/or find my Windows 10 local password. I setup the local password back in 2016 when I first purchased this computer, set the computer to auto-login and promptly forgot it. Now I accidently logged out of my online Microsoft account and upon trying to log back in, the computer requests ..

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I’m running a python script through powershell: python.exe script.py powershell is configured to run as Admin on the machine (Windows). Inside the script I’m trying to run subprocess: test_process = subprocess.Popen("subscript.exe") What I need for the "subscript.exe" process (subprocess) not to run as an admin on the machine, while not stopping the execution of the ..

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After create the server by openstack server create –image ws2k16 …, the result which show the adminPass field’s value isn’t correct, can’t login the windows server with that value. How to define the Administrator’s password by openstack server create, I had try –property admin_pass=123 or –user-data config_file parameter, but they can’t work. Maybe I define ..

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I want to share with you a solution to a windows 10 problem that took me a lot of time I initially found that to templatize a Windows machine with sysprep it was necessary to disable Windows Defender real-time protection (https://www.reddit.com/r/kace/comments/mubncg/how_to_disable_microsoftwindows_defender_in_win/) After following the instructions, however, I discovered that the Admin1 user (that I had ..

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How can I get the UAC prompt to give my Python code Admin rights? I have tried this but Python 32 Bit or my Terminal just freezes: import os import sys import win32com.shell.shell as shell ASADMIN = ‘asadmin’ if sys.argv[-1] != ASADMIN: script = os.path.abspath(sys.argv[0]) params = ‘ ‘.join([script] + sys.argv[1:] + [ASADMIN]) shell.ShellExecuteEx(lbVerb=’runas’, lpFile=sys.executable, ..

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