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Just Wondering About Remote Connections

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ok j/w is there a way for me to run scripts on another computer on my home network from my laptop. my reason:: my grandfather has no clue what disk clean up is or does nor does he know how to do it. i would like to be able to run a maintinance wizard from my laptop on his computer so that he doesnt kno im doing it. he gets grouchy if i do stuff for him cuz i dont explain it bcuz i already have like a dozen times. let me know if i can run this sort of thing on my home network i have a very simple wireless/ wired router.


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I recently made a Remote Client that you could send simple functions to. Right now i'm working on a script-runner that you have to connect to by IP adress and then you can Execute any script you like on that PC.

There's no fixed solution, you will probably have to think of a way to make the connection, send the script, and run the script. So good luck!

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A very easy way to get started (not using AutoIT though) would be to use PsExec... :)

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A very easy way to get started (not using AutoIT though) would be to use PsExec... :)

where can i get that??


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A very easy way to get started (not using AutoIT though) would be to use PsExec... :)

One important issue to not while executing Autoit scripts remotely, The remote PC should be logged ie console should be running or the remote PC should in autologin mode, otherwise your scripts will not be executed.

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