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How to run batch script on server which exists in different domain of your PC?

I am trying to execute a batch file residing on some server which lie in different domain w.r.t my pc. I tried: PSExec -> but its persistently giving error: Couldn't access 192.168.238.74: The ...
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'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file

I'm working on an InfoSec exercise, specifically sending emails in cmd that makes use of telnet. Unfortunately, I can't start it. I'm receiving the "'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or ...
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Are there any SSH / Telnet clients for Windows that support tabs?

I currently use putty for SSH and Telnet on Windows. But the lack of tab support in Putty makes it difficult for me to keep multiple windows open at once (up 10 at a time). Does anyone know anything ...
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Telnet in Windows didn't connect

I want to connect to my friend's computer using telnet, but when I type: telnet [his IP], it didn't work. It also happens when he types my IP. The command line said that he can't connect on port 23. ...
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batch to telnet does not return to batch

Will run the first completely, show connection to host lost, then stop at cmd prompt and not execute the second, etc. Example: telnet login username enable password copy running-config tftp: exit ...
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How to use Telnet in Window 7?

I enable Telnet Client and Server in Windows 7 32 bits but I don't know how to use Gmail from Telnet and What should i need to install in my computer? I want to study How to use Gmail from Telnet ...
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Mounting a volume over telnet

I've used sshfs for a number of years. Recently I've been tasked with working on an embedded device running a MIPS processor and a simple linux distribution. Besides manually moving files over via ...
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Telnet won't run from cmd prompt in windows 7

Edit:I am running windows 7, 64 bits. I have Telnet Client installed, and if I go to c:\windows\system32 i do find the file "telnet.exe"; if I click it, telnet runs perfectly. However, if I type ...
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Telnet escape sequence for Swedish keyboard layout

What is the default Telnet escape sequence in Windows XP/Vista/7 when using Swedish keyboard layout? Ctrl-] doesn't work.
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A decent remote shell from UNIX to Windows?

Scenario I'm on Linux and develop on a Windows 7 box virtualized via VirtualBox. My usual way of developing consists in editing source files from Linux via nautilus/SMB (smb://192.168.1.4/...) then ...
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How does telnet get through the windows firewall?

I activated the Telnet client in Windows 7 and was instantly able to connect to servers although Windows Firewall is activated. How does that work? Shouldn't the firewall block outgoing connections ...
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1answer
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Telnet not properly displaying text?

I've recently discovered and started playing nethack. I know I can play it locally, but I'm sitting at different computers all the time so I found nethack.alt.org that let's you telnet into their ...
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Del/Erase Commands

I'm currently trying to use the del or the erase command in a RSM Telnet to delete Temp files on users computers. But the problem I'm running into with the command is that it is working, but won't ...
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How do I exit telnet?

I start telnet by telnet host port. How do I stop it in Windows? Shockingly, Ctrl+C doesn't work.
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1answer
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telnet: Could not open connection to the host, on port 23

I need to telnet, to localhost. I am on windows. Once I got the error 'telnet is not recognized...' I looked online and found that I should do pkgmgr /iu:"TelnetClient". I did, then telnet localhost ...
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Telnet SMTP connection

Every time I try to open a hostname , the following Microsoft Telnet> o example.domain 25 Connecting to example.domain... Could not open connection to the host, on port 25: Connect failed ...
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3answers
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Telnet/ssh into a windows machine inside putty that is sshed to a linux machine

I am on a Windows machine. I SSH into a Linux machine using Putty. This works fine. However, I have a bunch of make commands I have to execute and move files around. So, I am trying to automate it. ...
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Is it possible to see command history when telnetting into Microsoft Telnet Server?

I'm in the unfortunate position of having to use telnet (windows client -> windows server). Does anyone know if there's a way to see command history (i.e., getting the up arrow and down arrow to ...
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1answer
84 views

Export CMD results on a host through ip?

Is it possible to export the command prompt session result to a host over the network?
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Does telnet client represent a security threat on Windows?

Yesterday I needed a telnet client to connect to my ADSL router and none of the three Windows Seven computers at my home had it(Win Home Premium 32 PC, Win Professional 64 notebook and Win Ultimate 32 ...
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Make Telnet default to localecho ON

Whenever I use telnet to connect to a system, one of the first things I do is: CTRL+] set localecho ENTER Is there a registry key or config file somewhere that I can change, so I don't have to do ...
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1answer
429 views

Telnet error when connecting from Windows to Unix

When I try to connect through telnet from a Windows system to Unix, I am not able to connect. I am getting this log error. Is this related to a firewall issue, or anything I need to mention in the ...
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Is there a telnet utility for windows?

Is there a simple telnet command line utility for Windows 7? I am used to the telnet command that is built into UNIX, but I can't seem to find one for Windows that can be used similarly.
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Windows equivalent of ssh - how to connect to a remote machine and access command line?

I'm having a difficult time coming up with a solution to extend a framework that was designed for *nix machines over to windows. The framework currently runs from one *nix server and ssh's out to ...
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2answers
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Is enabling telnet a security concern?

Why is it that Vista comes with telnet disabled? If i enable it, is it a potential risk? Also, in the list there is "telnet client" and "telnet server". I'm wondering what's the difference between ...
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O2 wireless box 2 change channel telnet

Anyone know how I can change the broadcast channel via telnet? The router is O2 wireless box 2.
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Windows preventing running of Telnet client

At first, I had issues because Windows 7 doesn't install the Telnet client by default (also, SuperUser has a thread). So, after installing it (and restarting, like Windows asked, though completely ...
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Telnet GET Request vs HEAD Request: why HEAD failed?

I thought head syntax was just like GET syntax but when I tried with telnet o mirror.bytemark.co.uk 80 GET /ubuntu-releases/lucid/ubuntu-10.04-desktop-i386.iso it works as expect whereas o ...
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Lightweight tool for viewing raw HTTP messages?

I'm investigating differences in behaviour between a couple of Web servers. I need to see raw response data from the servers (i.e. before the response is de-chunked if it has ...
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6answers
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Telnet is not working in Windows XP

Whenever I type the command "telnet" in Windows XP command prompt, I get the output as: 'Telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file I've already ...
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1answer
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Can I abort telnet while it is still trying to connect?

At times I find myself telnetting from Windows XP to another server and that I state a wrong port number such as c:\> telnet xxxxx.yy pp After hitting Enter, I realize that I entered the wrong ...
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1answer
570 views

Why do my telnet commands fail for tinyurl.com?

I can send telnet command to google.com but not to tinyurl.com On windows telnet I typed the following: set localecho set crlf o tinyurl.com 80 It returns 400-bad request, why? I know I should ...
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2answers
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Can the Windows Telnet client be scripted?

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?