I've got a working web application that allow command line utils to be launch on the remote system.
(Command line util examples = dir, type) All outputs are returned to the web page.
When I launch this application from VS 2005, I can enter commands (like "NET user") and all net users actions are carried out on the local host. (As expected)
When I access this web page throuh IIS, dir will work, but not "Net User" and or any other exe "dsadd user".
(working cmd syntax = net user UsrName thisisapassword /ADD )
IM only assuming, but the web page / web config may need to use impersonation to gain the privilages needed to run these utils.
Can you modify this application to run these command line utils???
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