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Re: Microsoft NT "un-removable user" Vulnerability.
From: Steve <steve () SECURESOLUTIONS ORG>
Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2000 09:25:26 -0600

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After your email, I retested this in NT4 SP6a and it is still true.


What build?  Any hotfixes?  I have re-tested this on three different
NT 4.0 SP6a+all hotfixes and cannot replicate the issue.  I will ask
again, what custom user manager are you using?


If I'm using the command incorrectly, please let me know. I'm not
sure how to escape characters in NT (I also tried "net user
testuser\; /delete" and various other forms but none worked.

Try a "NET USER /?" to get the proper syntax.  I use "NET USER
testuser; /DELETE and it works fine on my test boxes.  I am going to
toss my SP4 image on to a box later today and see if there is a
difference.

Regards;


Steve Manzuik
Moderator - Win2K Security Advice
www.ntsecurity.net


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