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How to run a Bach file on a file share on Windows 2008 from an HTML web site using the onload event

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How to run a Bach file on a file share on Windows 2008 from an HTML web site using the Onload event?
Both Web Site and the Batch files are on the same directory.

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Rad
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I'm assuming you mean 'batch file' and normally you can't do that.  Web browsers are not allowed access to the local machine.  If it is a remote machine, you need server side language like ASP or PHP.  And even then, running a batch or exe file is not normally allowed because it is a security risk to let remote users do that.
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