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I need to create a script in powershell 1.0 for telnet connection into network devices.  Unfortunately I have to use powershell 1.0 and I have to use telnet because of restrictions in the environment.  The script needs to connect to the device and pass userid and password information and then pass a command called users.  Thanks for your help.
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Lee Holmes has a script which will allow this, check out:
http://www.leeholmes.com/blog/2009/10/28/scripting-network-tcp-connections-in-powershell/
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