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PLINK is a command line utility. So I assume you should pass all needed information (userid, password, command) in a single line.

For details http://tartarus.org/~simon/putty-snapshots/htmldoc/Chapter7.html

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1 hour ago, water said:

PLINK is a command line utility. So I assume you should pass all needed information (userid, password, command) in a single line.

For details http://tartarus.org/~simon/putty-snapshots/htmldoc/Chapter7.html

When I run the same command manually, it hangs there, it doesn't flash and close. 

Also, you cannot pass password for telnet connections in a single line with plink. 

 

thoughts?

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You don't need to see the window...

You need:
-Send something.
-Read the output.
-Base on that output send another something.

So why you worry about the window? does not matter if it disappear or not, is just irrelevant.

Regards
Alien.

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27 minutes ago, alien4u said:

You don't need to see the window...

You need:
-Send something.
-Read the output.
-Base on that output send another something.

So why you worry about the window? does not matter if it disappear or not, is just irrelevant.

Regards
Alien.

You are correct for step 1. but once I enter username and password, authentication successful, I would like to see the window and do as I please

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14 hours ago, kelso said:

You are correct for step 1. but once I enter username and password, authentication successful, I would like to see the window and do as I please

so just redirect all to flat txt file and deal with it.

Now i am working on script to make plink workable via COM port in both way comm. And plink is a better idea then raw putty.

 

simple:

 

$com = InputBox("Select COM","Please provide COM port")
$plink = Run("plink.exe -serial COM" & $com & "",@ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDIN_CHILD + $STDERR_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD)

while 1
    $nMsg = GUIGetMsg()

    $msg = StdoutRead($plink)
    if @error then ExitLoop
    if $msg <> "" Then
        ConsoleWrite($msg)
            EndIf
    if $read Then
         StdinWrite($plink,ConsoleRead())
        $read=False
    EndIf
    Switch $nMsg
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
            StdioClose($plink)
            ProcessClose("plink")
            Exit

    EndSwitch

WEnd


func _read()
    $read = True
EndFunc

 

 

raw sample how to push all to console

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