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Remote shell from Unix to Windows NT/2000


In Unix environment(IBM Aix), can I use rsh to start a program, which is on a NT/WIN2000 box? And how?

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ahoffmannCommented:
see rshsvc in NT's ResourceKit. There is a rshsvc.htm. For installation you need: rshsvc.exe rshsvc.dll, rshsetup.exe.
After installing, it works exactly as you're used to on UNIX, except that changing the .rhosts file requires a restart of the rshsvc service  (as usual on NT if you change a single bit;-)
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