I can't thank you enough for this great product * 5 stars * Log In or Register to post comments nilakshi (not verified) on Nov 24, 2008 PsExec is gr8!!! Regards, Shirish drambo Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 18 December 2006 Location: United States Status: Offline Points: 3 Post Options Post Reply Log In or Register to post comments santhosh.rao on Nov 24, 2011 Hi All, I am using the following command PsExec.exe -u "username" -p "password" \\Remote_Server -w "F:\Test" cmd /c call I receive this error message on multiple computers, but it works on others; with a mix of Windows Server 2008 R2 and 2012 R2. weblink
We have both XP and Windows 7 PCs in our environment. So as a test fix we remove the machine name from the user name psexec \\10.10.51.26 -u test -p test -c -f -i -e test.exe Now the remote deployement fails. If you want to launch an .msi file remotely using psexec, you will have to specify the complete msiexec.exe commandline to psexec. share|improve this answer answered Sep 28 '15 at 19:10 deadlydog 318412 2 Does anyone know why this would make a difference? –user1354557 Jul 7 at 13:29 add a comment| up
asked 2 years ago viewed 1208 times active 2 years ago Related 17Capturing output of remote process from sysinternal's psexec1PsExec Couldn't access Windows cannot find the network path1PSEXEC - PATH VARIABLE If I run it from a non-elevated command prompt, it works fine. Not the answer you're looking for? When we use pstools we are loogged into the server doing the calls from the server and attaching to the machines with credentials.
You can get rid of this message box by completing a manual restart, or drag the box out of the way until you have time." You can then call the batch I was using a domain admin account with -u and -p options. How can I run a Control Panel applet or snap-in configuration as another user from the command line? 1 How can I start a process or program as the local system Make Sure That The Default Admin$ Share Is Enabled On Psexec Its working fine.
instead of PsExec a.b.c.d ... Psexec The System Cannot Find The File Specified Windows 7 PsTools utilities require no manual installation of software on the remote system, and they let you specify alternative credentials to access the remote system. instead of : "psexec \\\.msi" map the drive to the path : net use \\ x: /user: then use : "psexec x:\.msi" share|improve this answer answered Mar 4 '14 at 22:31 PsExec PsExec's ability to run processes remotely with no manual installation of software on the remote system makes deployment easy.
Log In or Register to post comments THOMAS (not verified) on Apr 11, 2005 Your context looks incorrect. Psexec Could Not Start PsExec therefore requires the password on the remote system and sends the password in clear text from the local system. share|improve this answer answered Apr 9 '13 at 17:50 Ansgar Wiechers 88.1k1166108 ok...so I tried this: psexec \\a.b.c.d -u username -p password c:\autobatch\trigger.bat but still get "Couldn't access a.b.c.d: How to prove that authentication system works, and that customer uses the wrong password?
If you omit this option then the application must be in the system's path on the remote system. -d Don't wait for application to terminate. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jul 16, 2005 Scanstate errors out on a remote machine when run with psexec using the '-d' switch. Psexec The System Cannot Find The Path Specified or ??) get the following program - killbox - and end the process / file. Error Establishing Communication With Psexec Service On The System Cannot Find The File Specified Even when we are testing packaged apps in system account, we copy it locally and then run it.
anyone knows how can I solve this? have a peek at these guys current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Does Intel sell CPUs in ribbons? Regards MJjwray239 Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 07 November 2005 Status: Offline Points: 5 Post Options Post Reply Quotejwray239 Report Psexec The System Cannot Find The File Specified Exe
I create a batch file with the following: msiexec /i \\server\share\acro\acro8\ar.msi /qnshutdown -r -t 180 -c "Your computer was recently updated with Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.0, and will restart in 3 Error Establishing Communication With Psexec Service On Server Join Now Hi all, I trying to use PSEXEC for the first time! Ive also thrown in the -s flag, as well as the -e flag to no avail..
where can i set those shares and what do they mean ? The command is this: psexec -s -i c:\windows\regedit.exe Note that the command doesn't include a remote computer name and does include the -i (interactive) switch. Thanks in advance. Psexec The Network Path Was Not Found asked 3 years ago viewed 31069 times active 11 months ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Linked 5 Make sure that the default admin$ share is enable
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