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From: xyberpix <xyberpix () xyberpix com>
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 19:26:06 +0100

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Hey All,

Ok, so here's the deal, I've managed to compromise a Win2k server at a clients site, and this also has thier Peoplesoft and Remedy databases on it, running on MS SQL 2000. I have been able to successfully add myself to the local Administrators group, and can now TS into the box in question. I have absolutely no rights on the SQL server though, so any pointers here would be greatly appreciated! I found a backup of the Remedy db, and by setting up a SQL server on one of my machines managed to restore it, and I now have access to that, thatnks to a load of MS SQL howto's online, but I am more concerned about getting the Peoplesoft db data, but no such joy with finding backups lying around.

Ideally I would like to try and avoid commercial tools, but as far as compromising a SQL server, I've never done it before, and could do with any help that I can get here.

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