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Running Autoit Script Remotely

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how can i run a script or exe into a remote pc. pls help me i need it badly.

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You already posted this once. Please do not double-post. Refer to your other post for an answer.

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You already posted this once. Please do not double-post. Refer to your other post for an answer.

ok im sorry!!! can u help me, do you have a script for it.

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search for tcp in the help file

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search for tcp in the help file

what is a tcp how do i go there thanks

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

what is a tcp how do i go there thanks

That's a bad sign... The helpfile came with your installation, that's a good place to start. You also want to download beta, since TCP requires beta.

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/beta/autoit/

Edited by greenmachine

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I understand you're a beginner, I'm just saying that if you don't even KNOW what TCP is, you're going to have a hard time getting it to work.

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I understand you're a beginner, I'm just saying that if you don't even KNOW what TCP is, you're going to have a hard time getting it to work.

OK, so can u tell me what a TCP is, and do u have a script to run a script remotely.i am a fast learner u know.thanks.

pLSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Have you opened the helpfile yet?

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yes i already open it, i open every examples but i think nothing is applicable. pls just tell so i can have an idea.

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Google or Wikipedia. I'm not going to explain TCP.

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TCP means transmission control protocol is that it?, so do you mean a TCP/IP so what do i have to do with it?

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this is gonna be a LONG day.

1. u make an server application wich is far to difficult for you in this stage.

2. u make the client program that activates the server to make it run ur remote script.

3. u go back to school to learn howto ask questions an to read more before u ask.


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this is gonna be a LONG day.

1. u make an server application wich is far to difficult for you in this stage.

2. u make the client program that activates the server to make it run ur remote script.

3. u go back to school to learn howto ask questions an to read more before u ask.

i dont need any server or client. here is my case. i created a script that automate a process that makes u join to a domain, i just used a "send key" function and "winwait function" so my problem is how to run or execute that script to a remote pc on its own using my own pc to iniciate the process.can u understand now.

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i dont need any server or client. here is my case. i created a script that automate a process that makes u join to a domain, i just used a "send key" function and "winwait function" so my problem is how to run or execute that script to a remote pc on its own using my own pc to iniciate the process.can u understand now.

Read here:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...7682&hl=PsTools

Use the forums search feature to search for other posts that mention PsTools.


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