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Run a process on server from Win95 client

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I need to run a process on NT and Unix servers from  Win 95 client in command line, which means Telnet wouldn't help. There should be some kind of utility that works like this:

{utility} username password myprogram myparams

Is it somewhere in the network package? Is there some utility I can buy?
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Hi,

   On WinNT you do have "rsh" but not on Win95. The syntax for
rsh is:

   rsh hosts -l username command

   On your Unix machine the user/hostname of your WinNT has to be
in .rhosts file.

Regards,
Minh Lai
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