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  1. I wanted to make a Rubber Ducky Script that uploads or downloads from my FTP Server. I came up with these commands: For downloading: ftp -i ftpserver.com *typing in username and pass* get file.exe (yes the files is in the root folder) The login worked fine. On my first FTP Server, I got the Error message " Error 500 Unable to service PORT commands" . After some research, I found out, that the ftp.exe does not support passive mode (no, the pasv command didn´t work). For whatever reason, i tried it on my other servers. So I´m typing everything in again, and then I get the mes
  2. I'm trying to schedule a startup application with schtasks on a Windows 7 box. I get Access Denied. schtasks works without administrator privileges if you are setting it for specfic time of day but not with startup tasks. Is there a tricksy way to schedule startup tasks on Windows 7 and later without being admin?
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