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BYPASSING GPO POWERSHELL


Enzo Gorlami
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I have been trying to find a method to bypass the block on loading cmd and powershell on a windows 10 Enterprise 1809 OS Build 17763.168 retail mode and I think I found something. When I change the name on powershell.exe to iexplorer.exe, its still blocked by admin. But when I change the powershell shortcut to iexplorer.exe it bypasses the gpo.

Does anyone know why it does this and how to block it from allowing this method?

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