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Re^6: Need to Execute msiexec using Net::Telnet

by philiprbrenan (Monk)
on Aug 28, 2012 at 21:32 UTC ( #990340=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^5: Need to Execute msiexec using Net::Telnet
in thread Need to Execute msiexec using Net::Telnet

I fear that from here we are departing into that unknown country from whose bourne no traveler returns: namely Windows system administration. No doubt somewhere there is a method for granting Telnet the appropariate system priviledges. However, I suspect Microsoft will have their own ideas about how to do remote administration, and it may be better to abandon this approach for the moment and see what the standard MS way of doing this is. Once this is knowm, I am sure Perl will come back into play to drive their approved system programatically, but clearly, before advancing further we need to know how to do it manually.

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Re^7: Need to Execute msiexec using Net::Telnet
by tarunmudgal4u (Sexton) on Aug 30, 2012 at 09:01 UTC

    Hi Philip, there is a proper documentation available on Microsoft's site. please check it-

    The examples mentioned here are in powershell and I don't wanna use powershell. Please look at it and see if there is any way in Perl to handle the scenario.

      Just translate the Powershell commands to Perl.

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