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vrf FREE Privilege utility

Question asked by VRFuser on Jul 21, 2005
All this stuff about privileges & who can run what was contemporaneous with
something I had to do just the other day that required privilege
experimentation. The most sensible way to do this was to complete PV.EXE,
the privilege display & modifier utility. Now it can modify privileges (if
your account can do so) as well as display them & their states. A full list
of privileges (as of Server 2003) has been included with the new "s" command
so you can see which of the possible 29 privileges your account owns.

PV is a command-line utility. Oh, BTW, another new command, "v", takes you
directly to The VRF Archive Type pv ? for help.
ftp://ftp.oswegosw.com/pub/pv.exe
-SHAWN-



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