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"remsh" to windows NT

I have an interesting desire. We have a number of networked HPUX and Windows NT machines. I am using remsh to call a script to be run on all the HPUX systems and would like to have an HPUX box call the equivalent of a "remsh" to the Windows NT to have a script run on the Windows NT box.

Any ideas how this can be done?

Thanks in advance for the help!
Mike
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Re: "remsh" to windows NT

Hi Mike:

Though it is not free, the best tool suite I have found is the MKS Toolkit. http://www.mks.com/

Every tool you might might is there.

Regards, Clay
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Re: "remsh" to windows NT

You may want to look into using the CIFS/9000 (Samba) software. This would essentially allow you to do the same sort of thing.

GL,
C
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Re: "remsh" to windows NT

You could reinstall your NT's with Linux ;-)

Or this:
http://www.denicomp.com/products.htm

Or Volker's response to another like question:
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/cm/QuestionAnswer/1,,0xce560b0717d1d5118ff40090279cd0f9,00.html

Or a FREEBEE (rsync):
http://www.rsync.org/


Live Free or Die
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Re: "remsh" to windows NT

You could reinstall your NT's with Linux ;-)

Or this:
http://www.denicomp.com/products.htm

Or Volker's response to another like question:
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/cm/QuestionAnswer/1,,0xce560b0717d1d5118ff40090279cd0f9,00.html

Or a FREEBEE (rsync):
http://www.rsync.org/


live free or die
harry
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Re: "remsh" to windows NT

Hi Mike,

install Linux on your NT-Box and keep your NT! Look at http://www.cygwin.com

They offer all Unix-known commands like telnet(d), rlogin(d), gzip, bzip2, bash, ksh, gcc and so on...

An its free. GPL.

Frank
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Re: "remsh" to windows NT

Hi,

You can purchase F-Secure SSHD for Window servers from Data Fellows.

http://www.datafellows.com/products/ssh/

Subsequently, you can modify the identification and authorization files to allow implicit trust between your Unix client and Window server. After that, you can run the following to execute a window script on your WinNT remotely.

# ssh -l XXX window_server "cmd /c window_script"

Hope this helps. Regards.
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Re: "remsh" to windows NT

Hi,

You can purchase F-Secure SSHD for Window servers from Data Fellows.

http://www.datafellows.com/products/ssh/

Subsequently, you can modify the identification and authorization files to allow implicit trust between your Unix client and Window server. After that, you can run the following to execute a window script on your WinNT remotely.

# ssh -l XXX window_server "cmd /c window_script"

Hope this helps. Regards.

Steven Sim Kok Leong
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Re: "remsh" to windows NT

If I am not mistaken the Windows NT Resource Kit has some posix utilities. You may want to check there for a remsh command. In any event the Resource Kit is an invaluable tool for NT administration.
Good luck.
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