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Questions tagged [privileges]

In computing, privilege is defined as the delegation of authority over a computer system. A privilege is a permission to perform an action.

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Is it possible to gain administrative rights under a domain in W10 while having local admin privilages?

I'm still trying to get the hang of Windows accounts under a DOMAIN but i have some security questions. From my experience it seems that in a machine local users and domain users are completely ...
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Sudoers Command

I can't understand the difference in this two command's USER ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL AND USER ALL=(OTHERUSER) NOPASSWD: ALL Can anyone explain the () change? Thanks
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Same cmd command returns different results for different users

I am typing this same command from two different accounts: query process <process name>.exe /server:<server name> From account A, it returns the list of processes on the server as ...
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Would a reg command run from a batch file require admin perms?

Would something like: reg add HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\ /v %keyname% /t REG_SZ /d "%expath%" require administrator privileges to be able to execute from a batch file?
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Windows time service configuration update by non-admin user

I want to configure Windows Time Settings as a non-administrator user and without using an elevated command prompt. I gave permission to user to change the system time from User Rights Assignments. ...
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Install a PortableApp from paf in a system with limited privileges. Handle it locally

I have a PC with Win 10. I do not have admin privileges. I can run PortableApps, and use its launcher. To "install" new apps I can do it from the PortableApps app installation menu. Now I mean to ...
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Which Linux capability is needed to write to a device?

I set up Home Assistant in a Kubernetes container. It needs write access to the /dev/ttyACM0 device on the host computer (i.e. the computer that runs the container). It works if I make the container ...
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Using SSH authorized keys to roll out privileged file update across a LAN?

I've got a server that from time to time automatically updates a set of privileged files (eg, certificate keys, configs etc). It needs to save those files on other systems on the LAN. I know roughly ...
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Let IIS AppPool shut down computer from web

I am trying to let the local computer be shut down through the web service hosted by IIS. I have an IIS AppPool called "Foobar", so its full string would be "IIS AppPool\Foobar". This Application ...
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Process Explorer doesn't show all privileges

Win7 x64 Enterprise, Process Explorer v16.20. On a process' Security tab, only a few privileges are listed instead of three dozen as it should: I doesn't matter if I run Process Explorer elevated or ...
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How can I give AHK priority for device input?

I'm using AHK to remap some keys.  For instance, I have Alt+K remapped to ↓ (down).  This usually works fine. But in a few programs, specifically TexStudio, it appears that AHK doesn't have ...
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how running a program elevated [closed]

I have two computers, say A and B, both running Windows 10 , build 1709,and having : current User only in Local group "users" with Local Administrator Account : enabled UAC : Enabled Printer ...
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MSYS: syncing local time with NTP

I have a Win10/MSYS2 installation on a VM. The VM is mostly "suspended" (paused via the hypervisor). So when the VM is unpaused it has the wrong time (from before the pause). The idea is to run a ...
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How to allow users to execute a script without revealing protected information

Given that the root user has some credentials (say, an API key) set in an environment variable, and given an unprivileged user John, how can I let John execute a script that uses said API key without ...
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Protect a Python file and still make it executable [duplicate]

I'm writing a little Python program with a main.py and a packet called backend. Now I want to protect the packet from accessing it but make it usable from the main.py with a normal user like AppUser ...

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