RemoteExec for Windows NT/2000 makes it possible to use any Windows NT workstation or server to start, interactively or not, a remote program/application on another Windows NT computer. RemoteExec for NT/2000 avoids installs from specific agents that create important security holes, such as the ones described in the Microsoft Resource Kit. RemoteExec for NT/2000 is as easy to use as any standard command-line tool. This is a 15-day trial version. The registration fee is $49. Developer Changes: RemoteExec is a useful tool to manage your Windows NT/2000/XP network. It allows you to run remotely the same program on several computers in one pass. This can help you to update all your Windows NT/2000/XP computers. For example you can modify the registry with .reg file, install Services Packs and hot fixes, install Windows Installer Packages (.msi file) without leaving your administration console. Also, RemoteExec help you to inform users from imminent events (server shutdowns, power cuts) with a better presentation than popup messages. (e.g.: you can display the message as an html page or a Word document). And finally RemoteExec help you to shutdown all your network before a power cut or close all user sessions on your network after working hours to improve security.
What's new in version 5.03
Version 5.03 fixes when trying to load a computer list from a file in use in another process, RemoteExec was crashing.
ReleaseSeptember 25, 2012
Date AddedSeptember 25, 2012
Operating SystemsWindows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP