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bio website peter.hahndorf.eu
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seen Sep 21 at 10:52

Not sure about the 'super' but I am at least a power user.


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Feb
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answered Why does after Installing new windows folder and file asking for Permission?
Jan
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accepted Which built-in windows group should I use for NTFS permissions on dual boot Win7?
Jan
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comment How do I find all files that do NOT have SYSTEM permission?
@Chloe - There are indeed problems with this script if you have a very long path (>260), or if the file-name has an opening square bracket without a matching closing one. Ideally you want to avoid such names. Another script could find such files, but that should be a different question. It may also be possible to add error handling to this script and make it work.
Jan
17
comment How do I find all files that do NOT have SYSTEM permission?
@Chloe - You are right, I added a check for the everyone ace
Jan
17
revised How do I find all files that do NOT have SYSTEM permission?
added check for everyone sid
Jan
16
revised How do I find all files that do NOT have SYSTEM permission?
added node about deny ACEs
Jan
16
answered How do I find all files that do NOT have SYSTEM permission?
Jan
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awarded  Revival
Jan
12
revised List of Hidden / Virtual Windows User Accounts
added info for NT Virtual Machine\Virtual Machines
Dec
26
awarded  Revival
Dec
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comment UAC Status from Command Line
@BloodPhilia - In some edge cases this does not work. On my system EnableLUA is set to 0x1 yet still UAC is not active. This can happen on a server OS where you have removed the GUI components. UAC is never enabled on Server Core.
Dec
25
answered How to copy the data of all of the rows in Task Manager in Windows8?
Dec
22
answered BCDEDIT: Should device and osdevice parameters be the boot or windows partition?
Dec
17
answered Can't find Non-Present devices on Windows 8.1
Dec
16
comment Having to type computer name in credentials to login via RDP
does it work when using .\username? Does it work using a different username?