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Date: Fri Jan 24 2003 - 12:36:06 CST
There is a trick to set "AT Service Account" to existing account , but
wrong dummy password - front end validation validate only account name.
In this case jobs scheduled with "at" - assuming attacker managed to run
at - will not be able to execute.
Any idea how to do this in script or by writing to registry to
distribute through template/policy?
Microsoft How-to is:
Open Control Panel and double-click Scheduled Tasks.
In the Scheduled Tasks window, open the Advanced menu and then choose AT
Click This Account and specify a particular user and password. Click OK.