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    Netbios Execution

    Does anyone know if it is possible to remotely execute a program via netbios once it has been transfered to the remote machine ? Baring in mind that only special folders have been setup to share via netbios, not the whole system.
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    you'll need the the user/pass of the system, but you could use psexec.

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    psexec will still require the authentication to take place.... Until you are authenticated psexec will give you an "access denied".
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    Authentication will be needed, but you could use WMI or the AT/SOON command to run something remotely if you have the right permissions. NetBIOS is mostly just a naming protocol.

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    Thanks for the replies.
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