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  • deploy script to remote PC without GPO or logon script

    I am somewhat new to the area of site administration, having served as a desk or phone jockey for quite some time now. I have two scripts that I need to deploy to select machines on our network, however, due to the nature of these updates (selective) I cannot simply push them out in the logon script or through GPO.

    Is there anyway that I can run these scripts without individually visiting the PCs? One them requires a large amount of data transfer, and thus I would like to schedule it to run on selected machines after close of business. There is probably a very simple way to accomplish this, but I am at a loss.

    edit: http://mcpmag.com/columns/article.asp?EditorialsID=803 is kinda what I am looking for but having an issue with

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    Re: deploy script to remote PC without GPO or logon script

    Either use schtasks to remotely add a scheduled task to a machine or look at using psexec for remote execute.
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      Re: deploy script to remote PC without GPO or logon script

      here are some interesting articles:
      - How Can I Remotely Start an Interactive Process?
      - Advanced VBScript for Microsoft Windows Administrators (Chapter 6: Remote Scripting)

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        Re: deploy script to remote PC without GPO or logon script

        decided to use a scheduled psexec task, which will work fine. I was more confused as to why the above script would not work, however, with our firmly crippled network i am not surprised.

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