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Re: Active Directory Pentest
From: AdamT <adwulf () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2007 16:26:28 +0100

Ah, right, that's not a standard location for all users.  You'll need
to look at each user object individually.  The path is stored in the
LDAP field called homeDrive (caps are important in LDAP fields).
Get a copy of adfind or dsquery or csvde or ldifde and use that to
interrogate the AD.

Having said it's not a standard location - most organisations do tend
to adhere to some kind of standard.

For example - they may have one file server at each site, and user
home drives will always be confgured as:


or in older Windows (read: NT4) environments \\site-server\username$
can be more common.

On 31/05/07, Ricardo Mourato <ricardomcm () gmail com> wrote:
tnks guys, i just want to know where the useres store their files... :)

like the /home/user om unix :)

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You should also move the mouse around repeatedly until it completes."
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