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Running wuauclt command on a remote computer

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I would like to run a wuaclt (wsus) command on some remote workstations instead of bothering the users to allow me to remote in and do so manually. Is there a way I can run a command on a workstation from the server?

Windows 2003 server using WSUS
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Hello

Use psexec tool to run wauclt
 download from
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553
then run psexec \\YOUR_REMOTE_PC_NAME -c wuauclt.exe
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