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 ...


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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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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