Thu Feb 20 02:12:18 2003
You can use VNC to connect to the target computer. Then right Click on the
VNC server icon in the system tray and set the properties. You won't even
get disconnected. The next time you log in you'll need the new password.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alex Speaks" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 2:07 PM
Subject: Batch Files
> Heres an interesting problem. I'm writing a script to change the VNC
> passwords on our windows 2000 workstations every week for security.
> Unfortunatly for some reason the scripts were freezing before
> termination every time they ran. I did some rooting around in the code
> and discovered that the command >winvnc -run works just fine if you
> type it at a command prompt however if you automate it in any way the
> process is loaded and winVNC functions just fine, but the batch file
> halts. any ideas? so far I have tried batch files and .cmd files
> containing :
> >call winvnc -run
> >winvnc -run
> >cmd /c "winvnc -run"
> >cmd /c winvnc -run
> >command /c winvnc -run
> I've also tried it on several machines. this seems to be the problem on
> all of them.
> Alexander N. Speaks
> System administrator - North West Human Services
> Internal extention : 725
> E-mail: email@example.com
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