psexec.exe /accepteula \\computer -i -u Username -p Password -c -f MyFile.bat

This does not work with PaExec for two reasons, here is what it needs to become:

paexec.exe \\computer -i -u Username -p Password -c -f .\MyFile.bat

Not a big deal, just thought I would let you know about a behavior difference.

asked 11 Jan '13, 10:55

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Can you tell me where the /accepteula command is documented so PAExec can handle it the same way?

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answered 15 Jan '13, 12:26

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The more important part is the necessity for ./ before the file to run.

(21 Jan '13, 15:50) Galaga

It is not officially documented. Obviously you could ignore it since it is not an official parameter. It is not a big problem.

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PAExec (as of v1.18) will silently ignore the -accepteula flag.

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answered 22 Jan '13, 17:35

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It does not work. It is supposed to ignore slash (/) "accepteula", not dash (-). But both are not ignored.

Here is what I get (with the eula parameter it works fine):

>paexec1.18.exe /accepteula \\computer ipconfig

PAExec v1.18 - Execute Programs Remotely
Copyright (c) 2012-2013 Power Admin LLC
www.poweradmin.com/PAExec

Failed to open current user token An attempt was made to reference a token that
does not exist. [Err=0x3F0, 1008]
Error duplicating a user token (.\Process.cpp, 157) The handle is invalid. [Err=
0x6, 6]

PAExec returning exit code -3

>paexec1.18.exe -accepteula \\computer ipconfig

PAExec v1.18 - Execute Programs Remotely
Copyright (c) 2012-2013 Power Admin LLC
www.poweradmin.com/PAExec

Failed to open current user token An attempt was made to reference a token that
does not exist. [Err=0x3F0, 1008]
Error duplicating a user token (.\Process.cpp, 157) The handle is invalid. [Err=
0x6, 6]

PAExec returning exit code -3
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answered 23 Jan '13, 10:25

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Oh, sorry, didn't realize the /accepteula was at the front before the computer list (should have scrutinized your example better). v1.19 has just this tiny change.

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is there anyway to have it handle /accepteula the same as PSExec? when running PaExec for the first time through ASP.NET, I get an Application Popup error because it's popping up the EULA when the script is supposed to run in the background. in PsExec, /accepteula allows you to silently accept the EULA.

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edited 23 Jan '13, 15:17

PAExec doesn't ever pop up a EULA (if you see one, please take a screenshot). And in 1.19 we fixed it to ignore the /accepteula option so you can use the same command line with PAExec.

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