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Using Dcomperm to change Com+ permission


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By: François Racine
Posted On: 10/9/2006

This is the latest revision of Dcomperm from Microsoft. This tool is from Microsoft mouth) compatible with Vista and XP.

Warning: This tool as no official documentation because it is officially not support.

Syntax: dcomperm <option> [...]

Options:
-ma <"set" or "remove"> <Principal Name> ["permit" or "deny"] ["level:l,r"]
-ma list
Modify or list the machine access permission list

-ml <"set" or "remove"> <Principal Name> ["permit" or "deny"] ["level:l,r,ll,la,rl,ra"]
-ml list
Modify or list the machine launch permission list

-da <"set" or "remove"> <Principal Name> ["permit" or "deny"] ["level:l,r"]
-da list
Modify or list the default access permission list

-dl <"set" or "remove"> <Principal Name> ["permit" or "deny"] ["level:l,r,ll,la,rl,ra"]
-dl list
Modify or list the default launch permission list

-aa <AppID> <"set" or "remove"> <Principal Name> ["permit" or "deny"] ["level:l,r"]
-aa <AppID> default
-aa <AppID> list
Modify or list the access permission list for a specific AppID

-al <AppID> <"set" or "remove"> <Principal Name> ["permit" or "deny"] ["level:l,r,ll,la,rl,ra"]
-al <AppID> default
-al <AppID> list
Modify or list the launch permission list for a specific AppID

level:
ll - local launch (only applies to {ml, dl, al} options)
rl - remote launch (only applies to {ml, dl, al} options)
la - local activate (only applies to {ml, dl, al} options)
ra - remote activate (only applies to {ml, dl, al} options)
l - local (local access - means launch and activate when used with {ml, dl, al} options)
r - remote (remote access - means launch and activate when used with {ml, dl, al} options)

Press any key to continue. . .

-runas <AppID> <Principal Name> <Password>
-runas <AppID> "Interactive User"
-runas <AppID> "Launching User"
Set the RunAs information for a specific AppID

Examples:
dcomperm -da set redmond\t-miken permit level:r
dcomperm -dl set redmond\jdoe deny level:rl,ra
dcomperm -aa {12345678-1234-1234-1234-00aa00bbf7c7} list
dcomperm -al {12345678-1234-1234-1234-00aa00bbf7c7} remove redmond\t-miken
dcomperm -runas {12345678-1234-1234-1234-00aa00bbf7c7} redmond\jdoe password
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