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fail to open a remote RDP with mstsc on a remote computer via psexec

fail to open a remote RDP with mstsc on a remote computer via psexec

fail to open a remote RDP with mstsc on a remote computer via psexec

(OP)
HI,
If i run localy on the target computer:

mstsc.exe /admin /v:pps01

I get a nice RDP window.
However, if I run from another computer psexec with same command - get nothing:

psexec.exe \\IP -n 25 -d -u xxx -p yyy cmd.exe /c mstsc.exe /admin /v:pps01

Any advise will be appreciated.

Long live king Moshiach !
http://www.noahide.org/

RE: fail to open a remote RDP with mstsc on a remote computer via psexec

Question is how you grant a remote computer access to your screen?

You need the linux equivalent of xhost +

RE: fail to open a remote RDP with mstsc on a remote computer via psexec

(OP)
Hi,
all I expect is that the "pps01" computer RDP window will open on to p of "IP" computer desktop.
thanks

Long live king Moshiach !
http://www.noahide.org/

RE: fail to open a remote RDP with mstsc on a remote computer via psexec

When you run the psexec command, do you get an error?

I tested it without using cmd.exe /c and it works fine for me.

-Carl
"The glass is neither half-full nor half-empty: it's twice as big as it needs to be."

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