Run an application on another nt server

I need to run an application remotely (on another nt server,such as rdisk). What are the possible means to accomplish this? Is rcmd able to do it? But I always encounter error on failure to connect.

Thanks.
sookeongAsked:
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morguiCommented:
Do you want to interact with that application or just execute it and later see what it have done?
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sookeongAuthor Commented:
No interaction is needed, juz want to run simple programs and scripts.
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rbrCommented:
rsh host -l user command
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sookeongAuthor Commented:
nope, rsh cannot establish connection
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morguiCommented:
sookeong, you should accept or reject the proposed answer. So other people would be able to answer your question if the given one is not helpful.


Have you tryed the AT command or Remote Console ??
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sookeongAuthor Commented:
Thanks morgui,
I have tried AT. Can be done using AT but remote end must start the schedule service.

Do I need to start any services if remote console is to be used? And, how can it be done? Can show me examples?

I have tried rbr's method but is not able to establish connection.


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morguiCommented:
Remote Console comes with Windows NT Server Resource Kit, in the RCONSOLE folder.

You have to install a service, Remote Console Server, in the remote machine.
No special installation is required to run the client, just copy the RCLIENT.EXE program.

Try it and tell me :)
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sookeongAuthor Commented:
i would prefer to use at command, though i need to start the schedule service at the remote end.
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sookeongAuthor Commented:
at command may not be the most appropriate solution, still it solves my problem.

a point to note: the schedule service must run in domain admin account rather than system account for it to work.
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