|15 Jan 2013||#34|
A possible life saver. Bookmarked.
Earlier today I needed msconfig but it has been so long since I used it that I couldn't remember the name. Ended up downloading Ultimate Windows Tweaker which did what I wanted but it is always nerve wracking downloading such utilities (there are so many with malware).
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|21 Mar 2013||#36|
I love the post and all the detail that went into it. I'm not a windows guy to say the least, been an Linux admin going on 6 years now, but new job gave me 20 windows 7 servers/workstations to maintain.
The issue I'm having is that when a client is logged on to one of my machines I can not login to check anything. If I attempt to login it boots the user off then I get yelled at
Question: I do not understand the " /name " variable. What is supposed to go there? nobody explains that part lol.
I use the following quite often to get minimal info about my systems: " tasklist /S system-name /U user-name /P password"
I'm wanting to pull up the device manager from a workstation while a user is logged in without booting them off.
I tried the following syntax: " control /devmgmt.msc /S system-name /U user-name /P password " but I get nothing.
Any help would be appreciated.
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