April 25th, 2003
Does anyone know if there's a way to remotely cause another winxp box to do a DHCP release/renew without logging into it?
We use 'net send' to annoy eachother around the office, I wanted to take it to a whole new level. we have an app that crashes when you release and renew your address.
music: office chatter
|Date:||April 25th, 2003 06:00 am (UTC)|| |
Deeeeeeeelightfully destrcutive! ( 10 points if you can tell me what movie that is from ).
I will ask the net admin when he gets in later.
no points for me.
*hangs head in shame*
|Date:||April 25th, 2003 06:56 am (UTC)|| |
I think I remember seeing an article on the MS Knowledgebase that had a link to some dev software that would disable hardware if you had admin rights over a machine on the network.
It worked very well. So you could disable the mouse, then the display, and then the network card. Though this could be for win2k only.
So do this once he is away from his machine and you can access it, go and add your account or a account to the admin group. Then you can make life really fun. You could remotely manage the machine and disable hardware that way or start turning off services. Share out his hard drive and then fill it with zeroed files that look like dlls.
How many evil points would I get for this?
lol, i love it!
the network here at work is pretty tight though, and all logins hit the NT domain servers before they're allowed any other tcp/ip privilages. don't know if I could squeeze this by, but it's worth a try.
100 evil points if it works!
|Date:||April 25th, 2003 07:07 am (UTC)|| |
If the guy has local admin privleges on his machine then you can create a local account in the admin group. This would give you the permissons needed. Using your already logged in account on your machine gives you the ip access you need to connect to his machine as the local account on his machine.
The main problem is getting the 3 minutes in front of his machine to add the account. Easy enough if he leaves for lunch and is logged in and did not lock the machine.
|Date:||April 28th, 2003 07:37 am (UTC)|| |