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answered How to access Metasploitable2 vm frrom a Kali vm?
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comment Path too long, but it's not?
@Eris In theory, I just need to know what the names are for the useful extra properties I would be getting from Verbose. Then I can pull them from the error object and into the log, like I'm doing with the above script parts.
Aug
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comment How do version differences affect PowerShell commands on remote computers?
Ok, that makes enough sense for actual PS remote sessions. What about using the commands remotely, e.g. with the -Computer parameter from a local console?
Aug
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comment Path too long, but it's not?
@Eris Is there any way I can just capture that data in the error logging functionality I'm using already - i.e.: just add another property to the log? I don't know for sure that the first error I hit will be one of the shorter paths. It would be good if I could just run through the whole thing and capture that verbose data for all of them so I can see the difference (if any).
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asked Enumerate remote SMB shares with PowerShell on non-Windows system using WIndows 7
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revised Path too long, but it's not?
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asked Path too long, but it's not?
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comment Knowing the MAC adress of a stolen laptop
Some Wi-Fi routers retain information about devices that were recently connected. I'm not sure what a MAC address will really buy you though. Since they can be changed in software, I'm not sure it would stand up in court as a unique identifier to prove ownership. Aside from that, you could use it to locate the laptop but only if you're already in fairly close range.
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comment Check for elevation at command prompt
@zumalifeguard Good to know, but it seems like a very rare case. Under what common conditions might a user experience that?
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accepted Check for elevation at command prompt
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accepted How do I display a message on login for Windows 8/8.1?
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comment How do I display a message on login for Windows 8/8.1?
@BowlesCR Is that still relevant/functional when the system's not a domain member?
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comment How do I display a message on login for Windows 8/8.1?
Rebooted twice when testing the Surface last time.