[Samba] Execute a Windows .bat from Linux

Christopher Cox chriscox at endlessnow.com
Wed Oct 6 21:08:30 UTC 2021

On 10/6/21 4:03 PM, Rommel Rodriguez Toirac via samba wrote:
> El 6 de octubre de 2021 16:57:02 GMT-04:00, David Mulder via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> escribió:
>> Windows 10 has ssh support. You could ssh into the machine, then
>> execute those commands.

Note: you'll often need a credential to do most things.

Alternatively, using WinRM integration from Ansible I can run arbitrary commands 
using my already kerberos'd session from a joined host.  There, the kerberos 
ticket id (if it has the privs) may be enough.

>> On 10/6/21 2:53 PM, Rommel Rodriguez Toirac via samba
>> <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>>> I use the following command to remotely shut down some Windows OS
>> servers from
>>> a Linux OS PC (for example):
>>> net rpc SHUTDOWN -f -I -U Administrador%su_contrasenna -W
>>> but in one of them before shutting down I need to run some commands
>> to
>>> disassemble and close a database system running on it.
>>> Is there a way to achieve it using some combination of samba? that
>> is, from a
>>> PC with Linux operating system order the execution of a file.bat on a
>> PC with
>>> Windows operating system.
>>> I hope understand the point.
>>> Thank in advance.
>   Thanks for write me back, but is not a Windows 10

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