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Windows 7: Run a program remotely?

29 Nov 2010   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

I have no experience with it but I would imagine you could find a way to leverage PowerShell do do this.

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29 Nov 2010   #12

Windows 8.1 Pro x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Thorsen View Post
psservice.exe \\rcomputer -u mike -p 123456 start spooler
\\rcomputeris the name of the remote computer.
-u mike -p 123456 – is the username and password of the account that has administration rights on the remote computer.
start spooler – is the command to start the service named spooler.

How To Stop And Start Services On Remote Windows Computers

Did you try psservice based on these parameters?

Can the program be accessed as a service or do you need to actually run an exe? I have not had much luck finding the correct syntax for net start. I am finding vague "non-exampled" examples If I find anything useful I will post
Thank you for this info, i will give it a go. I have not tried psservice but i will want to run an exe rather than an actual service.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Vincenzo View Post
When you say a remote machine, do you mean on the same local network as you? If so, you should be able to create a batch file that you can launch after logging in to the other computer. I can't say I've ever done this, but it should work.
I do quite a lot with batch files and can do this but don't want it when logging in, i want to do it as and when i feel like it.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mlevy View Post
I have no experience with it but I would imagine you could find a way to leverage PowerShell do do this.
I am currently looking at powershell at the moment, it looks very good.
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