Just for the gurus -- Remote admin password changing with privileged user ??

Grant Olson olsongt at bellatlantic.net
Tue Feb 12 23:10:00 CET 2002

If you can find a Windows 2000 box, there is a RUNAS command that operates
like SU.  Either execute from the console, or right-click on an icon to
bring up Run As... on the context menu.

You also might want to look at cusrmgr from the NT resource kit

"Now that's something you don't see every day...
   unless you go to Arby's every day."
"Matthias Janes" <matthias_j at lycos.com> wrote in message
news:d7d5ebdf.0202121332.4f7d3723 at posting.google.com...
> Just a small question:
> I'm working on a PC (Win NT) loggod on as user Matthias to the DOMAIN
> I would like to execute localy a python script to CHANGE THE PASSWORDS
> for
> 2 Administrators (SuperUser, TechAdmin) which are remote (60 NT
> Servers)on 60 different Domains where there is no user account
> Matthias.
> I thought of using the win32net.NetUserChangePassword to do the job.
>             BUT THE REAL PROBLEM is that I do not have admin rights on
> the other domains.
> I could copy the script to all the Domains and execute it logged on as
> Admin - but I would realy like to avoid this if possible.  Maybe there
> is a way to send an authetification to the domains like
> username:TechAdmin + the old passwort - (like a Su command) I'm not
> sure..... -- ANY HELP
> Would be absolutly create.

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