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Using AT on remote machine

By donalconlon ·
Hello,
If I use the AT command to schedule a batch file on a remote computer with the path "c:\test.bat" is this pointing to the c drive on the remote computer or the c drive on the computer where the command was setup.
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It points to the C: drive of the remote computer.

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by hthoden In reply to Using AT on remote machin ...

When you schedule a batch file on a remote computer with the path "c:\test.bat", the 'execution' will take place on that remote computers C:\-drive.
Tip: Better to use is 'WinAT' from the NT-resource kit. This schedular gives you a graphical user interface and better reporting functions.

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