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remote execution of compiled script but no output returned

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Good morning,

I wrote a little script to "print" to the console some properties of the Internet Explorer displayed page (when not minimized).

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#include

$ie_handle1 = winactivate("[CLASS:IEFrame]") ; get iexplore handle
$oIE = _IEAttach($ie_handle1 ,"HWND" ) ; reference to $o_object

ConsoleWrite("property" & chr(9) & "value" & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite("--------" & chr(9) & "-----" & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite( "locationname : " & chr(9) & _IEPropertyGet( $oIE, "locationname") & @crlf)
ConsoleWrite( "locationurl : " & chr(9) & _IEPropertyGet( $oIE, "locationurl") & @crlf)
ConsoleWrite( "offline : " & chr(9) & _IEPropertyGet( $oIE, "offline") & @crlf)
ConsoleWrite( "readystate : " & chr(9) & _IEPropertyGet( $oIE, "readystate") & @crlf)
ConsoleWrite( "referrer : " & chr(9) & _IEPropertyGet( $oIE, "referrer") & @crlf)
ConsoleWrite( "theatermode : " & chr(9) & _IEPropertyGet( $oIE, "theatermode") & @crlf)
ConsoleWrite( "title (doc) : " & chr(9) & _IEPropertyGet( $oIE, "title") & @crlf)

I compiled the script and it works as well.

But if i open a command prompt on my client and from there I try run the compiled script

on a remote machine with the following psexec statement:

psexec.exe \\remoteclient -u dom\username -p password -i -w "c:\temp" "C:\temp\info_on_browser.exe"

the output of the compiled script executed on the remote client is not returned back to the calling client

if i run the compiled script directly on the remote client from the keyboard in a dos prompt, it is executed correctly and the result is printed

please, does someone had the same problem with compiled script and found the solution?

thanks a lot


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You could send the output to a file that is written on the computer it's being run from. There's no command line parameter for PSExec to pipe the output of the program being run back to the calling computer.


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thanks BrewManNH for the reply

....but psexec sends back the output if you do not use the -i parameter....

I am playing with some tests to understand how psexec works:

for example with the following psexec command:

psexec.exe \\remoteclient -u dom\username -p password -w "c:\temp" IPCONFIG

i get the output of the remote ipconfig on the local computer

instead with the following psexec statement:

psexec.exe \\remoteclient -u dom\username -p password -i -w "c:\temp" IPCONFIG

(-i parameter added) the output is not displayed on the local computer

unfortunately with my compiled script i must use the -i parameter otherwise it hangs on the remote client because it must interact with the desktop and in turn with internet explorer.

I would like to have the output of the script without the need of using a temporary file

suggestions are welcome :)

thanks

bye


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