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Hello,

The NT Resource Kit comes with a utility that lets you run dos commands on an NT server from a remote workstation.  It's called rcmd.exe

It seems that you can only run this from NT wks.  Is there a way to run it from Win9x?

Thanks,

Joe
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by:Tim Holman
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Win 95 does not include that kind of functionality.
However, there are a host of other shareware utilities that will let you do similar stuff.
Or something like PC Anywhere if you need a commerical solution.
You could probably scrape by with a simple telnet / ftp daemon :

http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0-10069-100-911621.html?tag=st.dl.10001_103_1.lst.titledetail

....is one I've found. Looks OK.
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by:jvieira
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I need something that works EXACTLY like rcmd.  Nothing more nothing less.

Thanks,

Joe
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MaDdUCK earned 50 total points
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nope, rcmd uses named pipes which are unavailable on Win9x
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DAM!!

Thanks anyway
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