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Lets say we have a win 7 computer with non-admin access. There is a particular registry setting we want change. And we dont have permissions to any cool stuff like regedit, gpedit, etc. And lets say any registry setting we do manage to save, through something like chntpw, gets reverted on boot/profile load to its original setting. Computer is on a domain system. And lets pretend creating a new windows admin user might be a little too invasive for a vigilant System admin ignore.

What methodology would you guys use to permaset a reg setting?

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Sounds awfully like someone's trying to hack a public library computer (possibly a school one)..

1 hour ago, uncommon said:

Lets say we have a win 7 computer with non-admin access.

Public PC = older, used PC.

1 hour ago, uncommon said:

And we dont have permissions to any cool stuff like regedit, gpedit, etc.

Hierarchy of a Public PC: User < Owner < Admin

1 hour ago, uncommon said:

gets reverted on boot/profile load to its original setting.

Well, duh, do you think people want their logins to certain websites stolen? :P

1 hour ago, uncommon said:

Computer is on a domain system.

Yeh, well, that's because it's part of a domain that someone else owns.

1 hour ago, uncommon said:

And lets pretend creating a new windows admin user might be a little too invasive for a vigilant System admin ignore.

Almost laughed at that one.

I don't mean to be rude, but you're asking us to assist you into hacking a public PC that you don't own. Messing with stuff that isn't yours. We might be under the banner of "Hak5" but that doesn't mean we (we meaning the majority of us) actually go around hacking everyone for the fun of it (or for the profit of it).

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