Snapshot & Comparison Software - Command Line

Posted on 2012-09-05
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Last Modified: 2012-09-05
I have a kiosk based PC. It runs a software in full screen mode.. There is a switch on the back to put it in Supervisor mode, in order to do maintenance. When you put it in supervisor mode, the software then changes so you can run diagnostics. We have remote software that we are installing on the ATM and would love to try and figure out how to put it in supervisor mode without being onsite.

What I was thinking was to install some Comparison Snapshot type software that allows me to open the command line and create a snapshot. Then I would put it in supervisor mode and take a snapshot and compare what changed..

Hoping anyone has any ideas for some comparison software, or any other ideas.. Little tough
Question by:LeviDaily
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Joseph Daly earned 2000 total points
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You may want to give REGSHOT a try. If the changes from regular to supervisor mode are done through the registry this will let you know what keys have been changed.


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thanks.. Do you know if I can snapshot via the command line?

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