Execute file remotely as admin

Hello,

I'd like to be able to execute a file (batch file) on a remote machine on our network using a username / password. Can this be done? Note that the batch file is to be run on the remote machine.

The systems it will be used on are win2k & XP.

Thanks.
mcmoserAsked:
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vinnyd79Commented:
mcmoserAuthor Commented:
With this the process / services works fine locally, but remotely i get "object required: 0x1a". I also get the same message when running commands locally or remotely.

I do have a reference to wmi 1.2

Any ideas?
vinnyd79Commented:
The remote machine is Win2k or XP?
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mcmoserAuthor Commented:
The remote machine can be either XP or 2000. My machine is XP.
David LeeCommented:
Hi mcmoser,

You could use Sysinternals PSEXEC (http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/PsExec.html) and call it from your program.

Cheers!

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mcmoserAuthor Commented:
Hi BlueDevilFan,

That option does work, but i'm gonna see if i can't get it going without it. If I can't, i'll accept your answer.

Thanks
David LeeCommented:
No problem.
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