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Remote Taskkill or PSKILL

Posted on 2004-08-18
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Windows XP pro on both computers...
I don't have access to use taskill or pskill remotely
I have tried messing with gpedit.msc a little to give access rights but i really don't know what i am doin there... can anyone help?
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Question by:GroovyScooby64
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stardust126 earned 63 total points
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Are those computers in a domain? workgroup? if so, is the workgroup name on both computers identical?
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by:GroovyScooby64
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Both computers are operating Windows XP Pro

Computer 1:
IP: 192.168.1.60
Workgroup: MSHOME
Computer Name: Doodmon
XP user: Alex

Computer 2:
IP: 192.168.1.61
Workgroup: MSHOME
Computer Name: Doodpoop
XP user: Valerie

If I am trying to close internet explorer on Doodpoop from Doodmon how would I use taskkill to do this exactly?... (just to be sure I am using the command correctly)
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by:Anthony_E
Anthony_E earned 62 total points
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this is how i would end Internet Explorer on doodpoop from doodmon

taskkill /s doodpoop /u (Username on Doodmon) /p (Password) /im iexplorer.exe

be sure to use and adminastrative user account to end the process.
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by:GroovyScooby64
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ok... it's workin... but is there a way to do it if the Administrative user doesn't have a password on the computer?... because all i had to do was password the computer to access it (w0rd :-P )
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by:GroovyScooby64
ID: 11849052
also... is there a way to execute (like start a program, instead of kill it) a program remotely using a similar dos utility to taskkill?
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by:stardust126
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You can use psexec.. from www.sysinternals.com
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by:Anthony_E
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I believe the original question i answered as GroovyScooby64 said, his next question stardust126 did give an answer for.. so i recommend a split of points.
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