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Power Shell Sapien Primal Forms

Hi i'am very new to this well very very very new, i am trying to create form with primal forms with a text box to enter computer name and with 2 button that will go install java and the other will install flash to a the remote computer put in the text box .

Thanks in advance
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CarlosReyes1Author Commented:
ok this is what i have so far

$compname=$compname.text
Copy-item -Path \\servername\java -recurse \\$compname\c$\windows\temp\
([WMICLASS]"\\$RemoteSystem\ROOT\CIMV2:win32_process").Create("cmd.exe /c \\$compname\c$\windows\temp\java\jre.exe /s`" /qn")      

}

This is the error is coming back with

ERROR: Cannot convert value "\\\ROOT\CIMV2:win32_process" to type "System.Management.ManagementClass". Error: "Invalid parameter "
DeploySoftware.pff (57): ERROR: At Line: 57 char: 12
ERROR: +     ([WMICLASS] <<<< "\\$RemoteSystem\ROOT\CIMV2:win32_process").Create("cmd.exe /c \\$compname\c$\windows\temp\java\jre.exe /s`" /qn")
ERROR:     + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [], RuntimeException
ERROR:     + FullyQualifiedErrorId : RuntimeException
ERROR:

Thanks in advance
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Joe KlimisCommented:
hi

The problem with this line is you have an extra  
`"  
  in you line of code, you will also need to specify the file location in full

See below a working example

If I can help further let me know

Regards
Joe


$remotesystem = "JoeDellXps"
$compname = "\\joedellxps\c$\"

$result = ([WMICLASS]"\\$RemoteSystem\ROOT\CIMV2:win32_process").Create("cmd.exe /c \\$compname\c$\windows\temp\java\jre.exe /s /v /qn")

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$result.returnvalue   # should return 0 is successful
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