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Exchange ActiveSync Policies Broker is the program that implements Exchange ActiveSync policies, which are a way for the administrators of large organizations to manage the security of devices that can access Exchange mailboxes. It runs, presumably, to download and install the latest version of any ActiveSync policies. To implement some policies, it needs ...


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I'm answering my own question that I had already written, but hadn't yet posted by the time I came across the answer. There was a ~duplicate (How to gain access to Windows Users folders on a read-only backup medium), but its answer did not help because turning UAC off made no difference in my case. There was a solution, however: Download and install ...


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Reinstalling should be a last resort. Try rebooting with advanced options and restoring from a restore point before you removed the admin account. If that doesn't work, you can create a Windows 10 recovery drive, and boot from it. When you get to recovery options, choose Command Prompt and type the following commands (replace C with whatever your OS drive is ...


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Drag and Drop from a standard user process (Medium integrity level) to an elevated process (High integrity) never works because it could be used in a Privilege escalation attack. A normal user could open a file in an elevated process and potentially execute some code with higher privilege than he holds. Running Visual Studio as admin is sometimes required ...


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You can add a registry entry that will allow an administrator account to run applications that are otherwise blocked (calc, edge, etc.): With regedit, browse to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System Create a new 32 Bit DWORD entry named FilterAdministratorTokenand set it's value to 1. Reboot, and it should work. ...


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Some installers need to be accessible by NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM, but network drives are user-specific. EnableLinkedConnections won't help in this case. Delete your existing network drive and map it again at system level. To do that, create a scheduled task with action: net.exe and arguments: use z: \\host\share\ (provide password, if needed) and change the ...



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