Are there any tools available (preferably standard tools that usually come together with the OS) that would allow me to control my windows-machine, from my ubuntu-machine, via command line (IE. I only have access to command-line on my ubuntu)?
EDIT: To clarify a bit about what my scenario looks like:
I have three computers; A, B and C.
A: I have access to this one, it is running Ubuntu Linux.
B: Since I dont know the public IP-address of this computer, I dont have access to it. A, on the other hand, sits in the same local network with a DNS, and I do know the name on this computer (for example, I can ping B by accessing A remotely ("ping b.company.loc"), but that only reveales the local IP-address of B).
C: Is the computer I want to use to access B remotely.
So I ask again: Does anyone know any way for me to access B, from C or A, without installing anything on B?