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How do i run a batch file remotely

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Hello,

I have a batch file on Server1\C$\test.bat.

I want to run that batch file from my client.


How do i do that..

Thanks,
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Question by:schinni
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by:dis1931
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Use psexec found at:

http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/psexec.shtml

You can run any program remotely...you can either run this directly or open a cmd line using psexec and then execute this
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by:Kaarthick
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The AT command schedules commands and programs to run on a computer at a specified time and date.
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by:Pete Long
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Remotely Execute

These are handy applications for running software remotely, even if the software is not on the remote host.

PSExec from sysinternals (FREEWARE) - allready mentioned by dis1931 :)

http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/psexec.shtml

Remote Exec from PNLTools

http://www.pnltools.com/RemoteExec.asp (£120.00 per administrator)


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by:DanSmall
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Another way that this can be acompleshed is by putting the batch file in your GPO (win2k & 2k3) or in you "repl/logon/export" (NT 4.0) and run it as a logon script.  There are some differences depending on your O/S.
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by:DanSmall
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The solution depends on what your trying to do with the batch file and from what

Dan
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by:schinni
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I have a batch file on a server which stops certain services and i want to call that batch file from
a batch file on my client machine.
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If your trying to stop the services on your client machine you can just run it as a logon script if your trying to stop it on your server you can schedule a task that will run the batch file.

to call one batch file from another batch file you can use the "Call" command.  
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