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Get Remote Command Line on Win10


MikeDombo
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Hello All,

I have a home sever running windows 10. Unfortunately after enabling the VPN in teamviewer, teamviewer says "Partner does not accept incoming connections". I have a vpn to my home network and my server has a plex server and windows file share. Obviously because it is my own computer, I have the login information, so I wanted to know if there is some way to enable windows rdp or get a remote command line so I can troubleshoot teamviewer. My login is a microsoft account and I have settings sync enabled, so if there is a setting I can change on my local computer that could help get me access to the server, then that would help.

Thank you so much for any help you can give me.

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Is the screen locked? I know TV would sometimes lock you out if a users screen was locked or locks automatically after so much time like with a screen saver.

By the way, TV shouldn't need ports opened on routers but the firewall might need ports opened in 10 if they differ from previous windows versions.

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I haven't but you can configure it to run as a service which may help. I'd check their site to see what support they have for windows 10 though

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Since I have a vpn to my home network, port forwarding is not an issue. But the problem is that I'm not sure rdp is even enabled, so I need a way to enable it remotely. I have network access and the server has a samba file share, and I have the login credentials since it is my server.

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What it then boils down to is that you have to consider the exposed services of the box, hack one of them possibly using a valid login since you have that and try to get a shell. From there you can probably enable the service. Getting the firewall to not block the port might take a bit more effort, but if anything Powershell should be able to help here.

In the mean time, a phone call to a trusted loved one to go to your house and get instructed by you to enable RDP on the box seems like a significantly faster and more reliable option.

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If you have shell access, you can enabled rdp from the command line or run against a VBS file to open it for you. I used to have a bat script that would do this, but sadly, I have no idea where I put it. The code to do it should still be easily found on google though and there are probably a dozen ways of making it happen from powershell or other windows scripting tools. The thing I liked about the bat script was it added a user for me as well directly into the registry, and I had it working(at the time) as an attack against IE 6 based browsers, so you can imagine this was some time ago. I used it on XP machines, but sure there are ways of doing the same thing on recent versions of windows.

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