General Password questions
rudy.schockaert at pandora.be
Thu Oct 2 19:13:00 CEST 2003
>>I think the NT/W2K model allows for encryption based on keys that
>>only the specific user can use (i.e. you have to actually be logged
>>in as that user; I'm not sure if the adminstrator can fake it).
This is the BIG security hole in NT/W2K. As an admininstrator you have
several ways to start a new process running in the security context of
There are some approvements in W2K3 though. Still didn't find a way to
let Administrator impersonate as someone else.
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