I have a rdp file for connecting to a windows 10 virtual machine. In this rdp file i’ve got this content: full address:s:IPADDRESS:3389 prompt for credentials:i:1 administrative session:i:1 username:s:.USERNAME In the login screen, i don’t get .USERNAME as an autofill for the username, but USERNAME. I already tried adding domain:s:. and domain:s:., but the problem ..
I was just wondering is it possible to execute a file like a windows bat file or python file in a target remote pc from host pc cmd prompt or power shell For example: I have a target remote pc : targetpc1, targetpc2, targetpc3..etc And host pc :hostpc123 I know target pc credentials I don’t ..
I’m trying to get Hostname, Date and Time from remote systems wherein I am not getting the desired results when I execute the server side batch file Reference: Remote Side Batch File @echo off hostname.exe > __t.tmp set /p host=<__t.tmp del __t.tmp set hst=%host% set dt=%Date% Set tm = %Time% set RETURNVALUE= %host%, %Date%, %Time% ..
#I know how to execute PowerShell on local machine using Python’s subprocess package: import subprocess, sys """ def run(cmd): completed = subprocess.run(["powershell", "-Command", cmd], capture_output=True) return completed if __name__ == ‘__main__’: hello_command = "Write-Host ‘Hello Wolrd!’" hello_info = run(hello_command) if hello_info.returncode != 0: print("An error occured: %s", hello_info.stderr) else: print("Hello command executed successfully!") print("————————-") bad_syntax_command ..
I am deploying services and managing 3 servers of an Enterprise company connected via an Internet restricted VPN. Therefore I am unable to use the internet when that VPN is connected. Currently, I use a Linux VM to connect the VPN so that my host OS(Windows) always can access the internet. But, my VM is ..
My company just migrated from Direct Access to Always On VPN. We had a Group Policy that configured Direct Access on all of our clients in the domaine. After a successfull deployment of Always On VPN via SCCM we denied the GPO which enabled Direct Access, which removed the configuration for the majority of our ..
I have multiple remote desktop connections. I sometime reset them. then I have to install somethings. I already have created power-shell scripts for this functions. but Now I need do is login via rdp. copy files and manually run the script. Is there any method. i can run scripts like ssh and scp for linux. ..
I am using MobaXterm on Windows 10 to access the Linux server remotely. When I drag and drop a file from Windows to the Linux server directory, and if the same file is already present, then it overwrites the existing file without asking permission. Because of this behavior, sometimes, I have lost my important data ..
so basically I need to start a program on another pc that will open a window of a program on that machine with arguments that I specify. I’m completely new to this and I have no idea how to approach it. I’ve looked at psexec and came with this based on the docs: psexec ip-of-the-target-computer ..
I have purchased a license for a web-based designing solution attached to an office windows server. I have been using RDP for accessing it. The issue with that is the latency kills the interactiveness of the designing tool. The software has a single-user license only so I do not want to log in via my ..