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Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Sat May 6 12:52:30 GMT 2006
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Brian Krahmer wrote:
> BTW, I've been lurking here for about a month now. I have integrated
> two new windows service control manager functions into the samba code.
> They are: createservice and deleteservice. They are handy for remotely
> installing applications on windows machines if you have the proper
> access. I didn't fully test all of the parameters to createservice
> because I have a feeling that they're rarely used, and if somebody needs
> to use them and they happen to have bugs, they are pretty easily
> reverse-engineered and debugged. One element that I didn't implement,
> that I would like to, is the password. I couldn't figure out what the
> encoding was. I'm hoping somebody can help me out here. Sniffing a
> pure-windows session, using a blank password, resulted in a 16-byte
> hash. A 'typical' password was 32-bytes. These are the A, not W,
> versions. I did, however, implement the W version only. (Not tested in
> any 'difficult' locales such as Japan.) This is something I've been
> wanting to do for a couple years, but finally got up enough ** to dig in
> and do it.
> Let me know, and when I'm done, I'll post the diffs here.
Hey Brian, Please send the diffs to the list once you get done.
I'll be glad to add these in.
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