How to run server's batch file from client machine by using windows Application.

we are developing windows Application in .Net Framework,
and we are facing below problem.

on the server, we have java's windows application. in this application,
we are maintaining projects and their tasks. we are generating xml file of tasks from this java's
application through java program, and this program has written in the batch file.
so when we run this batch file on the server it generates the xml on same server.

now the problem is we want to generate xml from the client machine. so we need to execute that batch file
from the client machine.

so how we can do that? please tell us any solutions.
vikasbapatAsked:
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
Investigate PSExec (google it) - might do what you want
Or use the task scheduler to try and run the batch file every five minutes.
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vikasbapatAuthor Commented:
ok Thanks we will try this Example
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