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Patch now! Microsoft and Adobe release critical security updates

The next 0-day is CVE-2018-8120, an elevation-of-privilege vulnerability in the Win32k subsystem of Windows 7 32/64-bit and Windows Server 2008 R2. An attacker would need to be logged into the target already in order to exploit the flaw, which is why it’s listed as ‘important’ rather than critical.

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PowerShell QWINSTA Results Windows 2008 R2 Server vs Windows 2012 R2 Server

I have the following code, which loops through a bunch of hostnames, gets the IP, and then returns users that are logged in to that machine: $HostNames = “[HOSTNAME]“,”[HOSTNAME]“,”[HOSTNAME]” #Create an array with the hostnames. $IPList = [System.Collections.ArrayList]@() #Create an empty …

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Windows event 4672, how to see who logged in as administrator

Hello,. We have a Windows server 2008 R2 that we are using as a web server. In the event viewer I see Special Logon events #4672. The General tab shows the following information. My question is how can I see what person/user, from which computer, actually logged in as the domain administrator?

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Windows 2008 R2 server with SQL 2008 installed is constantly hanging after reboot.

This 2008 R2 server with SQL 2008 is in a workgroup and the ethernet cable is disconnected. After logging on using a local account I was unable to successfully log into the sql management console using the SA account. The previous systems administrator has always logged on using the SA account.

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“is not a valid win32 application” error when running program locally, but works fine via UNC path

I’ve come across a strange issue that seems backwards from what everyone else is having. I have a homebrewed C# Console application that is deployed to a central server and run from the command line. When logged on the server (Windows Server 2008 R2), if we run it via local path (ex.

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