Remote command on NT from UNIX

I have an NT program which performs file manipulation.  I am running a program on Digital UNIX (Dec Alpha) and require that this NT program be kicked off by the Digital Unix program and can not continue until the NT program has terminated.  It is a real time program.  Accessing the file from NT side is not a problem, my problem is sending a remote command to NT from Digital Unix telling it to run this file manipulation package on a filename I specify.

Any suggestions on how to do this?  

-Joe Chickanosky
joechickAsked:
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tomiiCommented:
Is it possible for you to automate a telnet session using a shell script?
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rickyrCommented:
Hiya....
Telnet is an interactive environment. Why would you want to automate it. I think it would be of more help to you if you outlined exactly what you are trying to achieve,
Including the flavour and version of UNIX you are trying to do something with.
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joechickAuthor Commented:
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fredericoCommented:
This might depend on the program you are trying to use
You can try the software from www.esker.fr that has
a remote command server(RSH) (unix to win95 and vice-versa)
that I think will solve you problem.

Best regards1
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df020797Commented:
I would suggest you try out NTrigue. Its a modified NT kernel that allows Unix ystems to open NT windows local on the X screen at your workstation. Though its a commerical product...

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