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I have downloaded the resources.au3 zip from Zedna's post. I have included it in my file but here is my dilemma:

I want to add another exe into my app and then call it. How is this accomplished? i have read everything in alot of posts and cannot find the answer. An htm file with examples would be great.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Jos-

I dont want to leave files on a remote machine. i want to have a self contained exe. I work in a company that security is very high and security doesn't want apps that could cause a problem left of non admins machines

I looked at Function FileInstall(). will have to keep in mind for other projects outside of work

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Jos-

I dont want to leave files on a remote machine. i want to have a self contained exe. I work in a company that security is very high and security doesn't want apps that could cause a problem left of non admins machines

I looked at Function FileInstallfileinstalll(). will have to keep in mind for other projects outside of work

So your security folks do not allow a file to be stored on the disk in a temp directory and after installation deleted but they would allow an EXE to load another EXE directly into memory and executed.... "the stealthy approach"?

What app are you talking about that can't be left on a none admins machine that is so risky?

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Jos-

Tier 1 has access to some of the sysinternal tools like pskill and psexec. Security doesnt want pskill left on the mahcine so i thought if i coulod incorporate it in the exe then no copy and no foot print.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

What OS are you running this script on?

Can't you use the existing internal commands like ProcessClose() or exiting windows commandline tools like TaskKill.exe?

Edit: By the way, pskill and psexec, in fact all pstools, are created to execute a command on a remote PC by running it from your own.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Jos - correct. There are a few things that Tier 1 can do as part of their troubleshooting and the reason behind it it they disabled the run command from the end user. Can processclose() run a remote process? that what i am getting stuck at.

I am trying to run a command from my termianl and affecting a remote machine. Chats the path the script needs to take and i have found psexec is the best at accomplishing that unless there are syntax's in autoit that i am not using due t ignorance

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The os that this is running on is Windows xp. Company hasn't moved to 7 just yet. will be awhile longer.

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

so when you are running this from your machine I am lost as too why you need to have pskill incorporated in the script that I assume you upload and run using psexec?

Why not run PSkill from your PC in stead?

Maybe you need to tell some more about what you want to do exactly.

Jos

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

Btw, Taskkill.exe can also close processes on remote machines with parameter /s.

You can collect e.g. with Tasklist.exe the PIDs on remote system.

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UEZ,

Thats exactly what i needed. Thnks so much. Ill upload the script once im done

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