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Rubber Ducky Windows OOBE

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Hi everyone,

I just got my RubberDucky to do some Windows Setup automation (yeah, boring stuff, no hacking sadly) and the first thing I want to do is to run cmd while being in the Windows Out Of Box Experience (OOBE). You can open the cmd with the combination Shift + F10, however when I try to run SHIFT F10 from the Ducky, it doesn't open cmd. Is this Key Combo not supported or am I missing something here?

Thanks in advance for the help,

Patrick

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Every device has it's own section in the forums.

You mentioned Rubber Ducky.

https://forums.hak5.org/forum/56-usb-rubber-ducky/

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Windows has to install drivers to get the duck to work.  Are you sure they are being installed during the OOBE?  Can you get the duck to do anything during this?  Like type your name or anything?  If you can get it to do at least something then it's probably a timing issue.  Throw a few second delay at the beginning to make sure windows has time to load up the drivers.

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Hi @Bob123,

thanks for the reply, yes the Ducky does work, if you press shift + f10 manually and then plugin the ducky it will insert the keystrokes into the console.

I am already running DELAY 1000 at the start but I guess I'll try some more delay ..

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I just solved it, seems like SHIFT F10 just isn't supported, however I edited the JSON Keyboard Map so that the Key F10 also has the Modifier 02 (which is shift). Now when I tell the Ducky to press F10 it will press Shift F10 and therefore open the console.

 

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