Access Denied / Nullsessionshares list??

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Access Denied / Nullsessionshares list??

Postby jcfrydak on Thu Feb 12, 2004 8:44 am

Hi. I am trying to use the Audit on Demand feature but I get the error:

"Failed:Error starting Audit. WMI replied. "Acess denied". Make sure that the deployment share is included in the NullSessionShares List. (Access is Denied)."

I logon as Domain Admin (Win2k) and I also provide the same credentials on the "on Demand Audit" screen.

Any suggestions on what might be wrong?

Thanks

Jason
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Postby RabidDawg on Thu Feb 12, 2004 9:05 am

do a search on Null Session in the help file, and it will walk you through setting up a Null Session.
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Postby jcfrydak on Thu Feb 12, 2004 11:04 am

Hi RabidDawg

I followed the steps as instructed. I noticed that scan works only for those that have local admin rights. All other nodes are left out. For all these I get the message

"Failed. Error Starting Audit. WMI replied "Uknown failure".

:(
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Postby mhull on Thu Feb 12, 2004 1:28 pm

What do you mean by ' those that have local admin rights?'
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Postby jcfrydak on Thu Feb 12, 2004 3:28 pm

Only some of the accounts on the network are allowed administrator rights. (local machine). The others have limited privileges. If I inlclude the user to the administrator group of the machine then everything works alright. But this is not possible, since we need to keep users "locked".

Also, under Computer Management >>WMI control properties > ROOT >> CIMV2 >> properties the option REMOTE ENABLE was only checked for Administrators' group.

however changing this to some of the non-admins, had no results so I am a bit confused with the whole thing.

any suggestions?

:)
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Postby mhull on Thu Feb 12, 2004 3:37 pm

But who is 'the user' you are referring to, in the context of the remote audit?
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Postby philippe on Mon Jul 12, 2004 4:34 pm

If your server is running on XP or Windows 2003

Change this registry key value for 1

HKLMSystemCurrentControlSetControlLsaEveryoneIncludesAnonymous
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