How do i open Command Promt with it blocked by a group policy? Answered
After looking over every single instructable i could find on this subject they basicly all pointed for the same ways to do it. They all either said to use a batch file or to open it by a hyper link through word. Now my school's TSTs are no dumbies, they really knew how to make a good group policy (atleas to the point of i cant figure it out, although it is probably something obviouse im just not seeing.) Here are the factors Batch files are blocked Run is disabled CMD.exe is disabled Task manager is Disabled so none of those methods work. However i do know it is possible to do it. I have seen it done, some one who works at the computer help desk with i open while still on a student account. According to the person who actually watched him do it he edited some kind of file in system 32 to open it (no not gpupdate or regedit) So if any of you can help me out here i would appreciate it, and to those who feel the need to say it i will put it out here right now. I frankly dont care if you "Think" i shouldent have it for a good reason. I have my reasons for it and for you Justice doers its not for gaining adminstration access or screwing the school network. However my true intentions are none of your concern anyway, but if you want to know them THAT badly, tell me a working method and ill talk.