Here is the situation. We have switched from Norton Antivirus to Sophos Antivirus. To make the switch, we had to uninstall Norton and then proceed with the Sophos install. For the most part Sophos technicians were able to automate this process. Every once in awhile we run across a PC (running XP Pro) where the uninstall of Norton was not as clean as we would have liked it to be and various Symantec windows pop up when the user logs on. To take care of this, we run a utility called Nonav. It finishes the uninstall very nicely.
Here is what I would like to do. I would like to use psexec to run the Nonav utility on remote computers, but Im running into a few problems. Please take a look at the following command:
Psexec \\10.0.0.5 cmd.exe c nonav.exe
The psexec command above gets me to the remote PC and should copy the Nonav utility to the remote PC. Here are my questions/problems:
1. Were would the command copy the nonav.exe utility to on the remote PC? Is there a way I can specify the location I want the file copied to on the remote PC
2. When I launch Nonav.exe locally, a window comes up asking me to extract the application. Once the application is extracted, it runs without any other user interaction. Is there a way to force the application to run in a non-interactive mode via psexe?
Your help (as always) will be greatly appreciated.