Windows Remote End Process - TASKKILL

TASKKILL /S hostname /U domain\user /P /IM notepad.exe

help;

C:\>TASKKILL /?

Checking Spesific User Access on File Server


Check access folder for spesific user;
accesschk.exe "it.support1" e:\Shares

 Check write access folder only;
Program Files (x86)\accesschk>accesschk.exe -w "it.support1" e:\Shares

The following command reports the accesses that the Power Users account has to files and directories in \Windows\System32:
accesschk "power users" c:\windows\system32

This command shows which Windows services members of the Users group have write access to:
accesschk users -cw *

To see what Registry keys under HKLM\CurrentUser a specific account has no access to:
accesschk -kns austin\mruss hklm\software

To see the security on the HKLM\Software key:
accesschk -k hklm\software

To see all files under \Users\Mark on Vista that have an explicit integrity level:
accesschk -e -s c:\users\mark

To see all global objects that Everyone can modify:
accesschk -wuo everyone \basednamedobjects

help
accesschk /?

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/accesschk.aspx 

How to Test Magic Jack Working or Not?

To test your Magic Jack working or not you can test it by calling the special echo-test number:

909-390-0003

If you can cleary hear your voice echo-ing by call it, then your MJ suppose to be working!.

Cracking a Windows 7 Password

How to crack Win 7 password?

The tricks here is to using sethc, the Sticky Keys Program.

On Windows 7, while we do login there is a way to launch Sticky Keys by repeating press SHIFT 5x or more.

Why don't we replace this Sticky Keys/sethc with other program such as, cmd. :)

So, at start up login we can open command prompt, do password reset for spesific account.. haha :D

Things you need to do:
- Replace the sethc with cmd at windows system32 folder
- After you success open command prompt at start up change spesific user pass;

net user [user_name] *

Done.

ref: http://www.wikihow.com/Crack-a-Windows-7-Password 

How to set Auto Logon for Domain Computer


Auto Logon for Domain Computer

Open the registry editor (regedit), navigiate to,
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

Edit registry values for;

Auto Logon for DOMAIN USER on Domain Computer

AutoAdminLogon - Set value to 1
DefaultDomainName - Set the value to your DOMAIN NAME
DefaultUserName - Set value to the username that will be use as auto login.
DefaultPassword - Set the value to the user account password.

Auto Logon for LOCAL USER on Domain Computer

AutoAdminLogon - Set value to 1
DefaultDomainName - Set the value to your LOCAL HOSTNAME
DefaultUserName - Set value to the username that will be use as auto login.
DefaultPassword - Set the value to the user account password.
AutoLogonCount and AutoLogonChecked - Delete if its exist.