rexec in os/2

Posted on 1998-12-09
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Last Modified: 2013-12-23
Hi Can I use rexec in os/2 warp 3.0 server to pass a text to an NT 4.0 Server. For example rexec n=NT command="" <text>. Can I pass this <text> to the Nt Server along with the command.
Question by:khokhar
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Otta earned 150 total points
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I just tried:
   rexec unixserver "finger otta"

It prompted for an ID/password on the 'unixserver' host,
and then executed the 'finger' command, passing the
string 'otta' as <text> along with the command.

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