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Execute batch file cmd prompt

Discussion in 'Software' started by MILLWALLFC, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. MILLWALLFC

    MILLWALLFC Bit Poster

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    Help required

    I have admin rights on the network and wish to execute a program, I can gain access to the c:/

    by using the run cmd on my pc.

    \\computername c:\$

    I have then put a batch file in the c:\ drive on the other pc.

    However I want to execute this file, can this be done through cmd prompt.

    i.e. is there a command line like .

    run this batch file on COMPUTER NAME

    or is there any other way to execute this program on demand, I know you could just put in the startup, however if the program is exited I would want to restart.

    I have tried double clicking it but it just executes on my pc, and not the other one.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Phil
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    Phil Gigabyte Poster

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    you could use PSexec from sysinternals, that will execute a program on a remote PC

    http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/psexec.shtml
     
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  3. MILLWALLFC

    MILLWALLFC Bit Poster

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    Thanks i will give this a try tomorrow.
     
  4. MILLWALLFC

    MILLWALLFC Bit Poster

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    I have had a little play and cannot even get working on this pc, im not sure what im doing wrong where do i put the:

    PSexec file

    This is the line i would liek to use:

    This command copies the program test.exe to the remote system and executes it interactively:

    psexec \\marklap -c test.exe

    but what are the command lines i need to wirte do i do in notepad and call it .bat

    say this for an example

    I want to copy from:

    PC 1
    to
    PC2 and execute

    im not sure what cmd i should be typing in, any help

    Thanks
     
  5. AJ

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    If its an XP machine why not use the remote desktop facility and execute the file that way. Or you could use VNC. :biggrin
     
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  6. MILLWALLFC

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    Yeah XP machine, however want to get used to using batch files, or command prompts.
     

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