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network client/server scenario help

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I need help with a script, this is my setup:

There is 1 network with 2 computers connected. One computer is in an office while another is in a warehouse. The one in the warehouse has documents that are updated often and saved/renewed daily. The computer in the office accesses the documents for filing.

What Im trying to do is have the office computer be able to save the documents with a click of the button, close them, rename the file, and move the file to a directory. It can be a GUI with 2 buttons such as "Save Now" and "Close, Rename, Move". All the 2nd button will be doing is closing the document, renaming it to the current date, and moving it to a finished folder.

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So you want help or you want us to write your code for you?

If you are stuck with your code and need help then post what you have so far and im sure people will be happy to help you. ^_^


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well i have nothing at the moment, having trouble figuring out where to start. i figure i need a bunch of tcp/ip stuff so they talk to each other.

if you can help start off the foundation, i could build off it. Id appreciate it.

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use BTCP in my sig.. for an example

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guess thats a start, get an error compiling it saying im missing some wma files. where can i get those. i tried taking them out of the code but i cant get server running.

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nevermind, the problem was your lines with ;=========

most of the = went onto a new line without a ; and caused problems

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oops... my bad.. the WMA files are in windows messenger folder in most PCs program files

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was looking for alternative ways of doing this and heres a simpler way of putting what i want accomplished:

there are 3 computers, A,B, and C. B and C have scripts on them. Whats the easiest way to have A tell B and C to run the scripts?

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it seems psexec works best in my situation.

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... why dont you put the script on A also and then send Run() through TCP.....

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