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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi All,

I have a doubt, can we access different machine by using Auto it( something like Taking the pc control remotely) and i am planning to create a tool which will access the different machine from my machine to collect the log.

Explanation: My machine is connected in out domain network and i am by giving the machine account is that possible to access that particular machine "c:program files" path? is that possible ?

Thanks in advance!

Edited by Syed23

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To collect information of another computer I would suggest this


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What's your end-goal of gathering other computer's information? By your example, you're looking for applications?


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

What have you tried?? You can't get much more simple than ShellExecute and then the path to your file.

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What's your end-goal of gathering other computer's information? By your example, you're looking for applications?

My end-goal is in our environment we will have log files under "C:program files" location, so i have to access that location for different machine to access the log file. is that possible ??


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My end-goal is in our environment we will have log files under "C:program files" location, so i have to access that location for different machine to access the log file. is that possible ??

See post #5 - ShellExecute(<path to file>), or if you want to choose the file from a list, FileOpenDialog can do that for you as well.


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See post #5 - ShellExecute(<path to file>), or if you want to choose the file from a list, FileOpenDialog can do that for you as well.

reference post #2 and post #5

If these computers aren't on a network share... you'll have to use other methods of connecting remotely to the machine.


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If you have the c$ share turned on, and you have admin rights on the machine, you can access it this by the path "ComputerNamec$Program Files".

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