Permission denied (publickey). How can I get around this? Go back to the window with your public key, and select the entire key (from 'ssh-rsa' to 'users-laptop.local') and then copy it to your clipboard.
Copy-Item -path (Join-Path $computername $bincopy) -destination $destinationbin -Recurse -Force. The whatif looks to work except on the destination it reads as each pcname then the unc path (ex \\pc-1 \\pc-2 \\pc-3\c$\Program Files\Backup\Bin\"). This causes a network name cannot be found when ran.
This page contains a list of PowerShell snippets and cmdlets for penetration testing in pure PowerShell without using any additional modules. These cmdlets are useful in restricted environments where command line utilities such as net.exe, ipconfig.exe, netstat.exe, findstr.exe and others are blocked and our ability to introduce arbitrary code into the environment is limited.
Copying files with repeated polling. This shouldn't be a big deal, but Powershell can get very fussy when dealing with locked resources. For example, call Copy-Item with the -Force flag when the destination is locked. Bam! You're in the exception handler.
Gives the error: "Permission Denied". Same with the second one... Normally i just copy what Ubiquiti says and it works. Can you type the command i would need? The last item for transparent_hugepage is a little more involved - the URL provided is the best reference to start with.
The Copy-Item cmdlet is PowerShell's implementation of the DOS copy command and the UNIX cp command, except that Copy-Item is designed to work with the data exposed by any provider. The cmdlet's first two parameters are -Path (which you use to specify the item you want to copy) and...
Dec 12, 2012 · Thinking I could just delete this file manually, I opened Windows explorer and tried to delete it. Nope, Access Denied. I then looked a the properties of the file, and was told ‘You don’t have permissions to view the security information.’ What? I’m an administrator. Don’t tell me I don’t have permissions.