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    Easiest way to do this?

    I want to remotely run a script on many computers, i only ever want this script to run once per computer

    preferably i want to choose when to run it rather than having machines pick it up themselves via something like group policy, what's the easiest way to do this?

    I was hoping specops "run executable remotely" would have solved that for me but i can't seem to get it to work through there.

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    psexec will do it remotely depending on the type of script.

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    psexec - I delete profiles using it.

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    maybe the AT command? as long as the schedule service is running that should(!) work.

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    psexec did the trick but i've found another way that i think may better suit me, i've done a GPP file rule which copied the file from my network location on to the local machine, from there i can run it remotely with spec ops, seems it just doesn't like network shares

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    I roll hotfixes with a small startup script that checks whether it's already been applied to the machine and if not, does so.

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