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Re: Running Win32::OLe on Remote machine

by EdwardG (Vicar)
on May 23, 2006 at 09:13 UTC ( #551108=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Running Win32::OLe on Remote machine

Check the security context (ie login account) in which your batch + script runs on the remote machine. It might be different to your manual test.

Apparently, you can start a command session on the remote machine, so you could check security context this way.

C:\>beyondexec \\neptune BeyondExec V2.05 - Spawn Remote Processes on Windows NT/2000/XP WorkSt +ations. Copyright(C) 2002-2003 Craig.Peacock@beyondlogic.org [neptune] BeyondExec service already installed on remote machine. [neptune] Command Successfully Issued to neptune on Pipe 1. [neptune] Process started, ProcessID = 1444, ThreadID = 1440 Microsoft Windows 2000 [Version 5.00.2195] (C) Copyright 1985-2000 Microsoft Corp. C:\Winnt\System32>whoami (or net view, etc) etc...

 

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[Corion]: haukex: Aaah - I thought you were still running these tests on every machine, but you only run these as author or Devel::Cover tests
[Corion]: haukex: Yeah, I think back then I used Test::Inline, which used a pod parser that was going through some changes and I didn't want to cater for all the various versions and thus stopped testing the Pod completely
[choroba]: I usually do this with presentations
[Corion]: But now I think statically (re)generating the Pod tests is a saner approach, and likely I'll regenerate the tests either in Makefile.PL or from xt/ but have them live below t/
[choroba]: I keep the snippets in files of their own, and use a Makefile to syntax highlight them and insert them into slides, while also running them and inserting the output if required
[Corion]: choroba: Ooooh - I didn't think of that! I write my presentations as POD and if it "roughly" looks like Perl code, I should also syntax-check that...
[haukex]: Yes sorry I don't run them all the time, my POD tests are only run as author tests (and are excluded when I'm using Devel::Cover)
[Corion]: choroba: Hmm - no, I keep the snippets inline, but as my framework also has support for capturing output etc., maybe I should do the same...
[Corion]: haukex: Yes, that approach is sane, and it heals the fragility of Pod parsers in a nice way while still syntax-checking stuff
[choroba]: Unfortunately, none of it is online

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