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pSexec quits

Posted on 2007-12-06
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after loading pSexec to execute regedit on the same machine to remove an old registry legacy file, the console flashes up for a millisecond and then quits.  I have used twindows xp svce pk 2.

Anyone any ideas??
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What are the exact steps you're using to load pSexec?
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System totally froze and my Hard disk crashed and was totally unrepairable. Since my machine was becoming obsoleted, i bought a new machine, and replaced my backed up data. Sorry I took so long to reply.
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