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Equivalent of rsh?

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Is there an equivalent of unix's remote shell command, rsh?
I need to start a program on NT workstations from a 2000 server. Is it possible?

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Yes there is and it called Rshsvc and can be found on the resource kit. The tool basically gives you a command-line shell or single command run service for remote users.

Is you are using Win2K the take a look at this link :

http://www.microsoft.com/WINDOWS2000/sfu/sfuincluded.asp


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Sorry to study your answer so late.
Thanks, this is more than I need!
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