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Running Community 3.0.2, Running on Debian 9  (Not domain joined)

I'm having a problem getting the Windows credentials to work.

Error: 

019-04-11 14:34:59wmi_helperwindows_credentials

WMI detected but no valid Windows credentials

When I look in the event log on the target PC, the logon has the correct domain, but the id is blank.

User is a member of the domain admin group, which is a member of the local administrators group.

Credential is set as:   user.na.me@domain

Password is set as: xxxxxx

 

On a side note, I did have a temp install running on windows, same config and WMI was working correctly.

 

Thanks for any assistance

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      If the exact same credentials worked for your Windows install, they should also work for your Debian install. We should be able to rule out the target PC. NOTE - You also cannot have both " and ' in a password at the same time. This is a WMI command line limitation, nothing to do with Open-AudIT. I think (from memory) we also decided to simply not allow ' at all in the password (THAT is an Open-AudIT limitiation).

      You could try running the below command on the command line (oibviously substitue your credentials and the target device's iP address).

      /usr/local/open-audit/other/winexe-static-2 --debuglevel=10 -U domain/username%password --uninstall //192.168.1.1 "wmic csproduct get uuid"

       

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