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Remote Console v1.1

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

This is a server client program designed to allow you remote access to your computer.

Features:

  • Multi user
  • You can navigate the folders of the server with cd and see the folders and files with dir and ls
  • You can see the contents of files with cat(i tried to make an edit function but... )
  • You can talk to users that are connected :D
  • You can run programs at the server(run -s/-h program param1 param2 ... paramn) the program must have the extension (f.e:run -h ping www.google.com won't work but run -h ping.exe www.google.com will work )
  • It's rich text so u can send text in colors too :D
  • It's got basic administration :D (kick,ban)
  • In order to connect to the server u must write connect hostname(or ip) in the client :)

    and then u must login with : login myuser mypass

  • Commands are autofilled (f.e:if were to write con and press tab the client will write connect for you)
  • It has a motd :D that supports macros
  • Full logging of the commands :D
  • You can send private messages to users :D
Version 1.1

  • Added plist (thanks to Appzo)
  • Added pclose(thanks to Appzo)
  • Added plist,pclose,pm to the autofill :)
Version 1.2 (not out yet)

  • Adding commands history
  • Starting file autofill on tab (like with the commands)

Thanks apzo for the feedback and i'm glad that you like my program :)

More feedback and constructive criticism always welcome :cheer:

remote.rar

Edited by TheMadman

Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and i'm not sure about the former -Alber EinsteinPractice makes perfect! but nobody's perfect so why practice at all?http://forum.ambrozie.ro

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Good job, TheMadman !

I tried, it works, it's cool, it looks cool :D

Just one thing missing : kinda "remote dos".

For now, your script doesn't output DOS commands to the client GUI.

My problem for example, is to list the running services from a server and start/stop/restart some of them as needed.

If I type "run -s net.exe start" to list the running services, the command is executed remotely but I have no output.

You could add another command such as "dos", which would be... a remote DOS :D

The log system is excellent !

It could be a good idea to add (again) another command : history.

This typed in the client would send the X last commands passed to the server.

Keep on the good job, your script is usefull !!!

Apzo.

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well -s (@SW_show executes the program remotely - the server)

-h (@sw_hide executes the program and rutes the output to your remote console )

i tried run -h net.exe start and it works fine :D

cheers


Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and i'm not sure about the former -Alber EinsteinPractice makes perfect! but nobody's perfect so why practice at all?http://forum.ambrozie.ro

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

well -s (@SW_show executes the program remotely - the server)

-h (@sw_hide executes the program and rutes the output to your remote console )

i tried run -h net.exe start and it works fine :D

cheers

Wow, impressive !

I love this script !!! :D

Another idea to improve it : multiple running progams at the same time.

Each "run" command would store its pid in an array.

The "processlist" command would list the running processes (and pid)

The Stop command would become "stop PID1 [PID2] [PID3]"

This way you can launch and stop more than 1 program at a time :)

regards,

Apzo.

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well yes that wouldn't be that hard to code but the problem i had was... what happends with the output of the programs...?

if u were to run more that one program the output of the programs might (it's a really big chance) get mixed up...(even in a linux console... if you start a program at the console level... you cannot start another program or do anything... until you close the current program :D )


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Can you explain how to use wget to download a file from the other computer? Say it's on the desktop.

wget is not used to transfer files between computers >_< it's used for downloading files from the web


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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

NVM, it was just my firewall that was fucked...

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