I.T. Community,A few years ago I wrote a front end GUI for PsExec to make my life easier at work. It's. Oct 3, Front-end for PsTools (FePsTools) is a graphical interface around the command line tools from SysInternal's PsTools. FePsTools gives you an easy way to build the command you need to execute a PsTool utility. While you are clicking and typing the needed options you can see the command line build up. Apr 17, Download PSTools GUI for free. Graphical frontend for PSTools. PSTools GUI is a graphical frontend for the PSTools command line tools. It allows for easier use and understanding of the available tools offered by PSTools.
Jan 21, GUI for PSEXEC from System Internals. SOX Compatible. Mar 18, PsExec GUI - GUI for PsExec to run files on remote computers - posted in Scripts and Functions: PsExecGUI - a GUI for PsExec command line utility. I found myself often running remote commands on other computers in my network through PsExec - it was a hastle to have to piece together the command line. Sep 11, I think it has been done before, although I couldn't find one that I could get to work so I have wrote a little GUI for PSExec. The PSExec file needs to r.
Sep 1, PSEXECutive GUI is a software application which has been developed specifically to aid people in scripting for Microsoft's PsExec, by acting as a guide. The perks of a portable app. You are not required to go through the installation process, as this product is portable. This means that the Windows registry. If you want to do it like your original post posted, it couldn't achieve your goal. But you could use RDP to see the remote PC's Windows Explorer. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact [email protected] Marked as. I had a similar situation where we had to update and then start a PowerPoint Presentation remotely. I tried dong it with psexec, and it never worked. What I ended up doing was creating a script that creates schedule task on the target computer running under a user account that's logged in. Here's a sample.