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Re^5: Connect to Remoteserver from perl

by marto (Bishop)
on May 12, 2011 at 10:40 UTC ( #904352=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Connect to Remoteserver from perl
in thread Connect to Remoteserver from perl

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?.

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Re^6: Connect to Remoteserver from perl
by senthilkumarperl (Novice) on May 12, 2011 at 11:29 UTC
    In that server there is my Perl file .i want to run Perl file by Perl script by logging into that server .Is this module(Win32::GuiTest) help me to solve my problem

      I doubt it, as I said you probably won't have much luck in driving a remote server via Win32::GuiTest. Connect via SSH, as Corion has already advised, along with some other methods of execution.

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erix .oO( that sounds Boyer-Mooreish )
[Corion]: erix: Yes, but that's mostly for skipping characters you'll never read, but this approach skips the problem of needing to load more data while looking at a half-match
[Corion]: I mostly wonder how I can add this "reversal" to my toolchest, and if it's worth it or just clever
[choroba]: It should greatly simplify the parsing code, no flags or additional reading of the next buffer needed
[Corion]: choroba: Yeah, that's why I like that approach; it seems even quite obvious in retrospect to me, but many things are in hindsight ;)

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