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Windows 7: Saving remote assistance files to central location

21 Nov 2015   #1

Windows 7 - 64bit
Saving remote assistance files to central location

I am looking for a way, to modify the switches in order to generate the file to a central location, the idea is about using it for remote support with the least interference possible from the user's side.

The best idea would be a central network shared folder, with no authentication, but due to GPOs and hardening done to the end user machines this option is not possible.

any idea that would help would be greatly appreciated!

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21 Nov 2015   #2

Windows 7 - 64bit

The best I could do is the following batch file, but as it is still have a clear text username and password it's a no go, and compiling it to exe generates an AV alert, plus I cannot send it by e-mail since it's an exe

cmdkey /add: /user:test /pass:test
C:\Windows\System32\msra.exe /saveasfile \\\Assistance\Assistance-Request.msrcincident
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