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01-01-1995, 02:00 AM
I need help on RUNRMTCMD. Maybe I don't understand the way it's working but this is what i'm trying to do. I'm testing the command to be able to launch the calculator on my PC. I'm running under V4R4 and my PC have Client Access Express with WINNT 4.0 and my protocol is TCPIP. If I do from a command line : RUNRMTCMD CMD('dir c:') RMTLOCNAME('10.1.1.119' *IP) RMTUSER('USERNAME') RMTPWD('mypassword') CCSID(437) I'm getting the result on a spool file. Now, if i do : RUNRMTCMD CMD('c:calc.exe') RMTLOCNAME('10.1.1.119' *IP) RMTUSER('USERNAME') RMTPWD('mypassword') CCSID(437) the command is there freezing my screen waiting for something and my calculator is not launched. I'm guessing my setup is done correctly because it's working on my first test. My PC service "Client access express Remote Command is started". What am I doing wrong??? Gilbert
06-29-2000, 09:25 AM
Check your path for the CALC.EXE mine is in c:windowscalc.exe.
06-29-2000, 10:01 AM
In the client access "Remote Command" server setup, make sure you have the "Allow Interactive Programs" box checked. Chris
06-29-2000, 10:29 AM
I create a copy of the program directly in my "C" drive. If I look under the Client access server, the remote command server is started. I've look under the service of the control panel and the "Allow Interactive Programs box" was uncheck. I check it and it's still not working What Am I missing? Thanks
06-29-2000, 11:23 AM
I finally discover what I was missing. after checked the "Allow Interactive Programs box" on the service, I needed to reboot my PC. Damn I like window$. Thanks Gilbert
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