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Monday, October 31, 2005

 


Runas with loading Profile script in MSH



In the Last post do the MSH - CMD- MSH loop. & RunAs in MSH ,

I descibed a way to do a Runas in MSH, but your profile does not get loaded.

to do this You need anOther Object a System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo Object
You can fill the properties and then do a : [System.Diagnostics.Process]::start on the Object.

as you can see in the properties list I posted Below Also You have Compleet Control of the Process.

Before I did not see the use of the Get-Credential CMD-let (as for WMI) but here it is KEWL !!!

gr /\/\o\/\/

MSH> $PSI = new-object System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo

MSH> $psi.LoadUserProfile = $true

MSH> $psi.filename = "MSH.exe"

MSH> $psi.UseShellExecute = $false

MSH> $cred = get-credential



Cmdlet get-credential at command pipeline position 1

Supply values for the following parameters:

Credential

User: Test

Password for user Test: *******



MSH> $psi.Username = $cred.userName

MSH> $psi.Password = $cred.Password

MSH> [System.Diagnostics.Process]::start($PSI)



Handles NPM(K) PM(K) WS(K) VS(M) CPU(s) Id ProcessName

------- ------ ----- ----- ----- ------ -- -----------

0 0 60 76 2 0,02 2220 msh



MSH>


Other Properties you can Set are :


MSH C:\Documents and Settings\mow> $psi


Verb :
Arguments :
CreateNoWindow : False
EnvironmentVariables : {pathext, homepath, sdktoolpath, lapi, clientname, systemroot, comspec, appdata, allusersprofile, processor_archi
tecture, commonprogramfiles, lib, number_of_processors, homedrive, username, temp, processor_identifier, processo
r_revision, sessionname, path, processor_level, include, computername, winfxsdk, os, systemdrive, vs71comntools,
logonserver, userprofile, wcp, programfiles, userdomain, tmp, fp_no_host_check, windir}
RedirectStandardInput : False
RedirectStandardOutput : False
RedirectStandardError : False
StandardErrorEncoding :
StandardOutputEncoding :
UseShellExecute : False
Verbs : {open, runas}
UserName : Test
Password : System.Security.SecureString
Domain :
LoadUserProfile : True
FileName : MSH.exe
WorkingDirectory :
ErrorDialog : False
ErrorDialogParentHandle : 0
WindowStyle : Normal



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