NSudo | A Powerful System Administration Tool

Discussion in 'MDL Projects and Applications' started by Mouri_Naruto, Feb 6, 2015.

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These things you maybe see in the future version of NSudo. What do you think about?

Poll closed Nov 11, 2018.
  1. Publish to Chocolatey? (Suggested by wwtex.)

    8 vote(s)
    66.7%
  2. Publish to scoop? (Suggested by wwtex.)

    1 vote(s)
    8.3%
  3. Publish to Windows Store? (Desktop Bridge.)

    3 vote(s)
    25.0%
  4. Add NSudo Configuration Editor?

    9 vote(s)
    75.0%
  5. Using Qt to implement the UI? (It may increase the binary size of NSudo.)

    3 vote(s)
    25.0%
  6. Compile NSudo with CMake?

    3 vote(s)
    25.0%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. rayleigh_otter

    rayleigh_otter MDL Addicted

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    Ahh, ok, thanks :)
     
  2. adric

    adric MDL Addicted

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    #362 adric, Jan 31, 2019
    Last edited: Feb 1, 2019
    I just noticed that on my systems Nsudo will not run from a network attached drive. You can launch it without problems, but you can't execute anything from it. You end up getting Error: Failed to create a process,.... If I copy the Nsudo directory to a local drive, evrything works.

    I'm not sure if running from a network drive is even supported since other similar programs like PowerRun and ExecTI don't work either. Was this mentioned somewhere for Nsudo?

    Edit:
    @Mouri_Naruto do you have any thoughts on this?
     
  3. Mouri_Naruto

    Mouri_Naruto MDL Senior Member

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    I will try to debug and fix it, thank you very much.

    Mouri
     
  4. llmm0o

    llmm0o MDL Novice

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    No history in the dropdown menu, always!
     
  5. Krager

    Krager MDL Senior Member

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    This tool is highly useful for me. Before I was modifying permissions to allow admin access for registry and file operations. Now I just fire up a command window with NSudo to run scripts or issue commands. I like that much better than changing permissions on stuff where you really have no idea how it could affect the OS. SetACL is out, nSudo is in.
     
  6. Ultra Male

    Ultra Male MDL Expert

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    When are you releasing NSudo 7?
     
  7. Mouri_Naruto

    Mouri_Naruto MDL Senior Member

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    Sorry, I don't know because I am busy recently.

    You can try the previews from AppVeyor CI.

    Mouri.
     
  8. testtest322

    testtest322 MDL Senior Member

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    Try use wsudo command line interface is better i think..
     
  9. testtest322

    testtest322 MDL Senior Member

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  10. Mouri_Naruto

    Mouri_Naruto MDL Senior Member

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  11. testtest322

    testtest322 MDL Senior Member

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    Very good! When you have beta PM me.
     
  12. E*L*I*X

    E*L*I*X MDL Novice

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    #376 E*L*I*X, Apr 29, 2019
    Last edited: May 3, 2019
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  13. app_raiser

    app_raiser MDL Junior Member

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    #377 app_raiser, Apr 30, 2019
    Last edited: Apr 30, 2019
    for the slow learning as i am ones.. the "preview" contains only 2 exe files instead of 3, use nsudoG the way u did with nsudo before!

    maybe this is not totally self explaining..

    @E*L*I*X : you don't have to be that brutal to your lovely win8.1 update 1.. just disable the 4 scheduled defender tasks and your vm is fine.
     
  14. E*L*I*X

    E*L*I*X MDL Novice

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    #378 E*L*I*X, Apr 30, 2019
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    @app_raiser : for me is important only why I am getting error 'Access is denied'.
    Disable the Windows defender service exe file otherwise is trivial.
     
  15. Mouri_Naruto

    Mouri_Naruto MDL Senior Member

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    NSudo.exe is merged into NSudoG.exe in NSudo 7.0.