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#1 Halogeneg


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Posted 28 October 2013 - 10:06 AM

Would it be possible bypass restrictions set by an administrator by disabling certain services or processes?

If so, which processes should I disable in order to bypass these restrictions?



I have access to the task manager and Command prompt, but most actions have been disabled by the administrator.

I have the ability to terminate any running process or service.



I would like to gain privileges that are restricted by an administrator for my user account.

I would like to disable / bypass group policy restrictions.



Cannot access regedit

Cannot (by default) access task manager or command prompt


Error Message:This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer...

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 28 October 2013 - 10:25 AM



If you bother to read the forum rules...you will see this excerpt:


"No subject matter will be allowed whose purpose is to defeat existing copyright or security measures. If a user persists and/or the activity is obviously illegal the staff reserves the right to remove such content and/or ban the user. This would also mean encouraging the use or continued use of pirated software is not permitted, and subject to the same consequence."


Admins have the responsibility for security of the system and enjoy privileges which others may not have, by design, because giving those privileges to others would endanger the security of the system.


We do not assist users who want to violate basic controls established for a given system/network.



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