|03 Jan 2013||#1|
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moving/renaming system32 commands on win 7 doesnt work as expecte
Say I move ping.exe or netstat.exe from the system32 folder and run the command. I know the command runs (used wireshark for ping.exe to capture packets) but the display on the screen is messed up - nothing shows up.
Any idea why?
Is this a feature of windows 7?
How can I work around this?
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|03 Jan 2013||#4|
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moving/renaming system32 commands on win 7 doesnt work as expected
Actually speaking those commands don't need elevated privileges to be executed (either inside/outside) of system32.
Does Win 7 use the command name and location information when executing the command?
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