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Re^2: Connect to Remoteserver from perl

by senthilkumarperl (Novice)
on May 12, 2011 at 09:31 UTC ( #904330=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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in thread Connect to Remoteserver from perl

Thank your for reply.We got this IP( from x provider.Usually what we do that we run our perl script by logging into server manually.I want to connect to that server and need to run perl script by perl program.Is there any module?. could you explain ?
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Re^3: Connect to Remoteserver from perl
by choroba (Bishop) on May 12, 2011 at 09:54 UTC
    Please, read again the previous reply and try to answer the questions. We cannot help you if we do not know how you usually log into the server, and we cannot know it if you do not tell us.
      i want to do it only in perl .how to connect remote server using mstsc. after conecting remote server using mstsc .there is coming like remote desktop connection .In that i type my ip( initiating I am supposed to type my user name and password for that IP .after doing those thing i can access my remote server .so i want to do those things by single perl program..I hope you understand this

        Look at using Win32::GuiTest to automate your terminal services client connection. I don't think you'll have much luck actually controlling the machine once you have established connection. What are you trying to do on the remote system, perhaps there is a more efficient way of achieving your goal. See also How do I post a question effectively?.

      Hello Senthil, I understand your question. It is better to run a perl file in a cloud server by using .net when ur connecting it with perl, you need administrator rights to both the servers and also the local machines too. It also requires the port23 in the server and the local machine also. By using SSH module u can able to connect.

        "It is better to run a perl file in a cloud server by using .net when ur connecting it with perl"

        This makes no sense what so ever.

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