Script psexec not working


psexec -s \\remotecomputer cmd /k winrm qc -quiet

This works but when I use @file. I get some really unexpected behavior. i.e it does one computer at a time as it logs into each computer and doesn't automatically exit. So I have to type exit and the command continues to the next line. The @file computers are in ascending order instead of left to right if that makes the difference but I didn't think so

Thanks again
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NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
cmd /k tells CMD to stay open after running the program. Instead, use cmd /c

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