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I was thinking it would be cool to find the command line equivalents of a bunch of crap, throw them all into a .bat file, then stick them on a thumb drive. When you're victim is away from their computer, place it on their computer somewhere, then change a well-used link on their desktop to point to that bat file. One click on the .bat file, and a bunch of crap changes. But I can't find commands for changing wallpaper, screen configs, mouse pointers, volume, all that crap. Anyone know where to get some of those?

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