3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 18, 2020 2:40 PM by Matthew Ragland

    Is it possible to run a command as Administrator on Windows target through nexec ? (Not only with the rights of Administrator account, but as the Administrator account).

    Olivier Lasis
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      Hi guys,

      Is it possible to run a command as Administrator on Windows target through nexec ? (Not only with the rights of Administrator account, but as the Administrator account).

      See the following commands:
      footprints201903% agentinfo
      footprints201903:
      Agent Release : 8.9.04.227
      Hostname : FPDemo
      Operating System: WindowsNT 10.0 (x86_64)
      User Permissions: BladeLogicRSCD@FPDEMO->Administrator@FPDEMO:PrivilegeMapped (Identity via trust)
      Security : Protocol=5, Encryption=TLSv1.2
      Host ID : BEC01704
      # of Processors : 2
      License Status : Licensed for NSH/CM

      It shows that there is a correct mapping to local administrator.

      footprints201903% nexec -e whoami
      fpdemo\bladelogicrscd

      Is there a way to run a command to obtain the following result, without asking password, of course ?
      fpdemo\Administrator

      Could you help me ?

      Take care.

      Olivier