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Send a .VBS to a XP client

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I have an information .vbs file that I want to send to my xp clients, I am trying to use psexec but I cant get it work.

I want the .vbs file to execute on there screen when I send it.

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Try executing the scripting host with the file as a parameter using PSEXEC.

wscript myfile.vbs

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