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privilege::name requests a privilege by its name. It has the following command line argument:
  • positional argument: the name of the privilege
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mimikatz # privilege::name SeCreateGlobalPrivilege
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Privilege '30' OK
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Below is a list of Windows privileges names:
  • SeTrustedCredManAccessPrivilege
  • SeNetworkLogonRight
  • SeTcbPrivilege
  • SeMachineAccountPrivilege
  • SeIncreaseQuotaPrivilege
  • SeInteractiveLogonRight
  • SeRemoteInteractiveLogonRight
  • SeBackupPrivilege
  • SeChangeNotifyPrivilege
  • SeSystemtimePrivilege
  • SeTimeZonePrivilege
  • SeCreatePagefilePrivilege
  • SeCreateTokenPrivilege
  • SeCreateGlobalPrivilege
  • SeCreatePermanentPrivilege
  • SeCreateSymbolicLinkPrivilege
  • SeDebugPrivilege
  • SeDenyNetworkLogonRight
  • SeDenyBatchLogonRight
  • SeDenyServiceLogonRight
  • SeDenyInteractiveLogonRight
  • SeDenyRemoteInteractiveLogonRight
  • SeEnableDelegationPrivilege
  • SeRemoteShutdownPrivilege
  • SeAuditPrivilege
  • SeImpersonatePrivilege
  • SeIncreaseWorkingSetPrivilege
  • SeIncreaseBasePriorityPrivilege
  • SeLoadDriverPrivilege
  • SeLockMemoryPrivilege
  • SeBatchLogonRight
  • SeServiceLogonRight
  • SeSecurityPrivilege
  • SeRelabelPrivilege
  • SeSystemEnvironmentPrivilege
  • SeManageVolumePrivilege
  • SeProfileSingleProcessPrivilege
  • SeSystemProfilePrivilege
  • SeUndockPrivilege
  • SeAssignPrimaryTokenPrivilege
  • SeRestorePrivilege
  • SeShutdownPrivilege
  • SeSyncAgentPrivilege
  • SeTakeOwnershipPrivilege
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