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JJJExec



JJJExec is a tool target toward system administrators that need to execute a command/program using the names of several computers, copy/delete files to a group of computers, generate a text file of computer names, or read/write/create registry entries for groups of computers.

Used with PSExec from SysInternals, JJJExec can execute command line statements remotely on the selected computers (or start a program that does not require user input).

Requirements

An NT/2k/XP machine (NT is untested) is required. You aren't administering computers with Win9x, are you?

Download

JJJExec v1.0.3 ZIP(source included) [300 KB]

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Changes in v1.0.3
Fix: Batch registry Writes doesn't break after the first computer update
New: Option to include a pause in between Command prompt/Program executions
Changes in v1.0.2
Fix: Domains were not found in WinXP

Changes in v1.0.1
bug fix for removing '\\' under Program section
new Text File section
new Registry section


Program Use

The EXE and the RTF files must reside in the same folder fot the online help files to work. You don't need the RTF files for the program to work.

For your first test, select one computer name and execute a command in a command prompt as you normally would. For example, "explorer \\computer". In JJExec, browse and check the name of the same computer. Then, enter the same command in replacing the name of the remote computer with ?c?. It should look like "explorer ?c?". If you get the same results, your well on your way to getting every computer under your control.






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