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I have a program on a Windows machine that I VNC into. It is a normal Window's program with a GUI written in Delphi. After I VNC into the machine, I can select the program and hit Alt+S and then F to execute the command I want.

So, is there a simple way to send a command to this machine?

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If you VNC to the machine, you can look at Sysinternal's Psexec. It's a command line exe that allows you to send and capture output of remotely executed commands.

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Thanks! I didn't know that. – Joe Nov 22 '11 at 18:52
Yeah, it's great how you can capture the output of programs to your remote workstation. – surfasb Nov 28 '11 at 15:31

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