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Re: [perlguitest] Interaction with 'rcmd'

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  • Sander Pool
    Mark, I use STAF to launch Win32::GUI scripts remotely. STAF runs in application mode under terminal server. I m not sure it would work as a service when no
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 10, 2007
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      Mark,

      I use STAF to launch Win32::GUI scripts remotely. STAF runs in
      application mode under terminal server. I'm not sure it would work as a
      service when no one is logged in. Look for STAF on source forge. It's
      not trivial to use but quite powerful.

      Sander

      Mark Seger wrote:
      >
      > I just discoved GuiTest yesterday - great tool - and this group about
      > 5 minutes ago!
      >
      > Has anyone ever used GuiTest to try and control a remote system via
      > the rcmd service? For those not familiar with rcmd, this is available
      > as part of the resource kit and is pretty slick. You just run it and
      > give it the address of a remote machine and a command you want to run
      > - in my case it's a perl script that uses GuiTest. The problem is
      > when I try to locate a particular window the call to FindWindowsLike()
      > fails and I'm sure because I'm not associated with a window at that point.
      >
      > My next thought was to try and run 'cmd.exe /c script', associating my
      > script with a command window and therefore giving it the context it
      > would need but it still fails. Any suggestions?
      >
      > -mark
      >
      >
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