CPT 499C lecture 15 OS Access

CPT 499C lecture 15 OS Access - DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER...

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OS Access Slide 1 Gaining Operating System Access
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OS Access Slide 2 Learning Objectives The student will be able to: List processing considerations that require booting the suspect operating system Describe methods to gain operating system access and any disadvantages associated with them Edit the Boot.ini file to add an entry for an NT-based operating system using the ARC naming convention
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OS Access Slide 3 Operating System Access Prepare Image of Drive Authenticate as Administrator or Specific User Use “known” password Force a change to the logon password
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OS Access Slide 4 Why do we want Operating System Access?
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Slide 5 Operating System Access Identify user/group rights Recover logon passwords Decrypt EFS encrypted files
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course CNIT 499 taught by Professor Timwedge during the Fall '07 term at Purdue.

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CPT 499C lecture 15 OS Access - DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER...

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