19 May 2015



Launch an interactive command prompt on \\workstation64, the CMD prompt window will appear locally:
psexec \\workstation64 cmd
Execute a program that is already installed on the remote system:
psexec \\workstation64 "c:\Program Files\test.exe"
Connect to workstation64 and run IPCONFIG to display the remote PC's IP address:
psexec \\workstation64 ipconfig
Connect to workstation64 and list a directory:
psexec \\workstation64 -s cmd /c dir c:\work
Connect to workstation64 and copy a file from another server:
psexec \\workstation64 -s cmd /c copy \\server21\share45\file.ext c:\localpath
Execute IpConfig on the remote system, and display the output locally:
psexec \\workstation64 ipconfig /all
Copy the program test.exe to the remote system and execute it interactively, running under the account DannyGlover:
psexec \\workstation64 -c test.exe -u DannyGlover -p Pa55w0rd
Run Internet Explorer on the local machine but with limited-user privileges:
psexec -l -d "c:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe"
Run Regedit on the local machine with SYSTEM privileges:
psexec -s -i regedit.exe
From PowerShell, run a VBscript on a remote workstation and pass some parameters:
PS C:> $script='C:\Program Files\demo.vbs'
PS C:> $args = "some more text"
PS C:> psexec -s \\workstation64 c:\windows\system32\cscript.exe $script $args

ref -> http://ss64.com/nt/psexec.html

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