NirCmd is a small command-line utility that allows you to do some useful tasks without displaying any user interface. By running NirCmd with simple command-line option, you can write and delete values and keys in the Registry, write values into INI file, dial to your internet account or connect to a VPN network, restart windows or shut down the computer, create shortcut to a file, change the created/modified date of a file, change your display settings, turn off your monitor, open the door of your CD-ROM drive, and more…
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Executing NirCmd commands on remote computers
Starting from version 1.40, you can execute all NirCmd commands in remote computers. However, you should be aware of the following restrictions and problems:
* This option is only available for Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. You cannot use it on Windows 9x machines.
* You must log on to the remote machine as administrator.
* The Schedule service in the remote machine must be started. (By default, the Schedule service is automatically started in all NT/2000/XP machines, so you don’t have to worry too much about this)
* Due to some limitations of the Schedule service, you have to wait up to 60 seconds until the command is actually executed in the remote machine.
* The command in the remote machine is executed under ‘SYSTEM’ account, and thus some commands may not work in the same way as you execute them locally.
There are 2 commands for executing NirCmd in remote machines:
* remote - for executing command on a single remote computer.
* multiremote - for executing command on multiple remote computers.
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