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Kicking off SilkTest from a remote machine.

Hi All,
Really not sure where exactly the question belongs.
I need to kick off a SilkTest script on a remote machine from my local machine. SilkTest is installed on the remote machine and all the scripts reside there. I tried to issue the command from a telnet session, did not work. Tried to put the kick off command into a batch file and called that batch file from the telnet session, did not work. The script is unable to start the Internet Explorer when called like this. How may I run the SilkTest script command remotely on that machine?

Thanks,
Pavan.
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Jeroen RosinkCommented:
Hello Pavan,

you might take a look if this helps:
http://www.qaforums.com/Forum1/HTML/004740.html

otherwise why not ask support of silktest: http://www.segue.com/

regards,
Jeroen
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noam_dzCommented:
Please try this free tool which will let you run as another user or even on other machines.

http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/PsExec.html
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Jeroen RosinkCommented:
Hello Brian,
Although my provided links will not explain how to do it using a telnet session, I can imagine that more info could be retrieved by the tool supplier (Segue).
For this I could think of a PAQ to me.
Looking further if it contributes to the EE solution database, I would rather say no, since it is normaly obvious to get in contact with the tool supplier.
In that case I suggest: Deletion and no refund.

regards,
Jeroen


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