Remove the «Administrators» group from the «Allow go browsing via Distant Desktop Services» policy and certainly do not grant access to the account with the username «Administrator.» That account is perfect for the intruders-they’d love to take it over. Additionally take away the «Remote Desktop Users Group» as contradictory as that could appear. Because by default, the person group «Everyone» is a member of the «Remote Desktop Customers» group.
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— sanmao says:
July 19, 2016 at 12:39 am
if it’s blocked by anti-virus, it could also be because it’s a password cracker or leafmailer spamming tool
i promise it won’t harm anything of your system
so just add to the white list of your anti-virus (some anti-virus call white listing as exceptions or unique checklist)
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