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Set admin shares and log on as service help

By James Schroer ·
We are doing a build of a large number of windows 2003 server and I have two questions I hope to get answered so that I don't have to manualy do it on each one.

1. Our build (which we can't alter) by default takes of the admin shares. What I need to do is after the build is applied either have a script or a reg hack that set's my admin shares back up.

2. After our build I need to set an account to have "log on as service" rights. Is there a simple script or reg hack that can be used for that?

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by cmiller5400 In reply to Set admin shares and log ...

1. http://www.petri.co.il/disable_administrative_shares.htm

2. Not to sure on this one. Will have to look into it. It probably can be done via VBS.

3. Registry hack is correct. It is located in [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management] You will need to set one station up the way you want it and then export that key to a file to do what you want.

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That helps

by James Schroer In reply to Answers to your questions

Great. Tx I forgot that the Admin shares were and easy off on change.

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