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Action1 Run App with Command Line 2.5 File Number: 189834 |  Submitted: Dec 27, 2018 |  File size: 5411KB |  Uninstaller: No

Author: EMail |  Price: 0 |  License: Freeware
O/S: Win 10 32Bit | Category: Internet |  Downloads: 0

Requirements: Windows XP


Remotely starts an application orns remotemand on multiple Windows endpoints. This free tool is a cloud-based alternative to psexecmands and similar remoteexec tools ton exe, cmd and bat files on remoteputers. Working similar tonning psexec on a list ofputers (psexec @file psexec switches) or using wmic ton remotemands, it is a manageable alternative to executemands on remote Windows machines, without the need to install psexec or learning how to use psexec and all those numerous psexec switches and psexec usage examples. You can use this action instead ofnning exes on remoteputers using PowerShell, basically as a remotemand prompt for Windows ton programs on anotherputer on yourwork. The ability tonmand prompt on remoteputer and remotely ess anotherputer using cmd.exees very handy as a generic way to perform all kinds of maintenance actions, such asnning programs installed on anotherputer, starting backup operations,nning bat files remotely and more. The additional benefit is delegation to non-administrators of the ability ton programs remotely on Windows systems from a list of remotemands pre-approved by system administrators (think of it as an inventory of psexec remote cmds available for helpdesk operators, for example). Sign-up for Action1 Free Edition to enable IT workload automation and orchestrate job scheduling. Action1 allows ton manual and scheduled batch processes and actions centrally across the entirework. Action1 is entirely SaaS, with online web-based interface (no management tools to install) and it has zero cost for basic functionality.nning in the Cloud, Action1 discovers all of your endpoints in seconds, allowing you to manage your entirework bynning queries and executing actions in plain English.

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