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Windows Command Line Authentication

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Hello,

For some remotely executable command line tools, one can not provide username/login (such as the 'at' scheduling command). How can one authenticate to the remote server, so that the next command for this server will succeed ?
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Thanks, didn't know that one.
Had to use /netonly though since the authentication is only valid on the remote system.
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