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auditpol command for another server

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can i run this command for another server (server1 from server2)
auditpol /backup /file:audit_server1.txt

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That command does not include remote execution capabilities.

A tool like psexec comes in handy for those things:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553
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nice- so this can be installed on one server and then can access all other servers? does not need to be installed on each server, does it?
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Here's a bit of a primer on it:

http://forum.sysinternals.com/topic9674_post41829.html#41829

Short answer it "installs" something but it's temporary.
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that sounds good -

any other options other than psexec that does not involve any temporary installs..

thank you-
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