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Is it possible to use the Windows Telnet client to run a series of commands in a script?

If not are there any alternatives that can be?

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Yes it is. I bet this could be easily answered @StackOverflow.com – OscarRyz Jul 17 '09 at 0:06
    
I mean, I have seen it but don't quite remember how – OscarRyz Jul 17 '09 at 0:06
    
I second that this question could go on StackOverflow – Dan McClain Jul 17 '09 at 0:08
    
Actually I was thinking of trying ServerFault next :-) – LachlanG Jul 17 '09 at 0:33
    
This is a perfectly good place for such questions. – nik Jul 17 '09 at 4:42

I suggest installing Cygwin and using the ssh client with public key authentication -- so you won't even need to hack the password in (which is a bad idea at all times).

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I got a nice solution for this over on ServerFault when I asked this question over there.

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