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Having a Button Run an EXE?

Posted on 2008-10-08
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As it stands with my website I have a Scheduled Task running in the background that is checking for various changes to my DataBase, WebSite and other XML files.

I was wondering is there a safe way to provide the facility on my site when the user clicks a button, it would force the scheduled Task to re-run?

So effectively I would be looking for the OnClick event of a button to run an EXE, located on the same server as the site?
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Check out the accepted solution offered by graye

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Misc/Q_21995791.html

Just set the value of RemotePC to "localhost" since you want to execute this command locally.
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