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Just press return, to leave the prompt and go back to your session.
Okay. I cracked it. It had to do something with wrong pattern matching in the expect part in the final lines of the code. What I, first of all, did was generate a recorded script using autoexpect. This tool is used to records your sessions and generate a script based on that. To do so, I first installed the autoexpect package (available in expect-dev ...
The -m command-line switch of PuTTY works for SSH only, not for Telnet. See PuTTY documentation (emphasis mine): 22.214.171.124 -m: read a remote command or script from a file The -m option performs a similar function to the ‘Remote command’ box in the SSH panel of the PuTTY configuration box (see section 4.18.1). However, the -m option expects to be ...
Stop the Telnet service. In the Services snap-in, on the Telnet Properties dialog box, click the Log On tab. In Log on as, click This account, and then type Local Service in the text box. Type the Administrator account password in the Password and Confirm Password text boxes. Click OK to save your changes. Open the Registry Editor. Click Start, type ...
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