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PSEXEC 10 years 4 months ago #14879

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I love this software.

www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/PsExec.html

It allows you run a command prompt on remote machines much like telnet.

You can run bactch files on a list of remote computers. Execute ipconfig from a remote machine. Restart or open apps on remote machines.

I could definintly use this software for good and evil(hehe I love a good pratical Joke).

Oah and BTW 100th Post BABY!
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Re: PSEXEC 10 years 4 months ago #14886

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Yes another excellent piece of software from Sysinternals. It's part of the PsTools suite which contains other useful utilities like PsInfo, PsList and PsService.
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Re: PSEXEC 10 years 4 months ago #14895

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this is a great tool. We use it on our networks all the time.

This brings up something i'd like to ask though, does anyone know of a program that will deploy a .exe file over a network?

PSExec works well if you dont have any prompts, however I tried pushing Windows Media player 10 out with PSExec (just as a test) and it did not work.
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Re: PSEXEC 10 years 4 months ago #14902

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Deploy .exe over network? You mean copy the .exe to the local pc or execture the .exe and install it?
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Re: PSEXEC 10 years 4 months ago #14934

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My appologies for not explaining.
I ment executing a .exe file over a network to install on a PC in which the users do not have admin/install rights on thier PC.
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Re: PSEXEC 10 years 3 months ago #14961

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My appologies for not explaining.
I ment executing a .exe file over a network to install on a PC in which the users do not have admin/install rights on thier PC.


+ Share the installation files allowing read access for "Domain Computers".

+ Use the "-s" switch in PSEXEC to force each computer to install the files using the local system account which is a member of the Domain Computers security group.

Additionally, you can specify that the installation take place using an account with domain admin privileges (such as your own) with the "-u" switch.
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