Re: Remote registry request access denied
> Let me elaborate on my earlier comment: when I say the command works
> when I run it locally that means I log in as that standard user with the
> exact same username and password (which exists on both the remote
> machine and the host). So, it does exist and because it runs fine
> locally there are no registry access issues with the standard user.
> Now, even though it runs fine locally I did something a little crazy to
> try and troubleshoot: I specifically gave the standard user full control
> permission on CurrentControlSet\Services which is where the performance
> pointers are stored. So that local user was basically made equivalent
> to an Admin even though it already ran fine locally.
> I think the issue is with remote HKPD access and becuase it is hidden I
> don't know how to grant permission. Secondly, there is something odd
> about Vista which is clearly applying a different rule/permission when
> run remotely as opposed to locally.
It makes sense to me that a Standard user cannot access the registry of
a remote machine, Vista is not XP. I guess that kind of access is denied
on Vista. You can look-up more information about this.