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Jan. 11, 2022, 8:50 p.m. | /u/antmar9041

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I work for a large enterprise and we sometimes discover Windows devices on our network that don't seem to be managed meaning they are not in our Active Directory or CMDB. How does everyone connect to these Windows device and log in to see what they are and what they are doing? Do you use msfconsole and try to exploit it or use any other tools?

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