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    Re: AT command and network access

    User Michael Higgins (MSN MUSIC) (mikehig@microsoft.com) posted:

    Are you using NT4 or W2K?

    Mike


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    Re: AT command and network access

    User Sokol, Spencer (Spencer_Sokol@firstdatabank.com) posted:

    Currently I'm running 2000, but the lab machines will be running NT4, 2000,
    98 & 95...

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    Re: AT command and network access

    User Michael Higgins (MSN MUSIC) (mikehig@microsoft.com) posted:

    Okay, for 2000, you can specify an account for the AT command to use.
    I'm not sure that this is available in NT4. For 98 and 95 the AT
    command isn't supported. You might have to use Agent/TestManager for
    those :-/.

    I'm sure you're using it right (AT \\machinename <time> /interactive
    "command.exe /options") Make sure you use /interactive.

    Good luck.


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    Re: AT command and network access

    User Sokol, Spencer (Spencer_Sokol@firstdatabank.com) posted:

    I don't see anything in help about supplying an account for AT to use. How
    do you do it?

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    Re: AT command and network access

    User Michael Higgins (MSN MUSIC) (mikehig@microsoft.com) posted:

    In the Scheduled Tasks folder, select Advanced - AT Service Account.

    Here's the text from the help...
    ================================================== ======
    To set the AT service account

    1. Open Task Scheduler.
    2. On the Advanced menu, click AT Service Account.
    3. Click This Account, and then type the user account that will run
    tasks that are scheduled by using the at command.
    4. In Password and Confirm Password, type the correct password for the
    account.

    Notes
    * To open Task Scheduler, click Start, point to Settings, click Control
    Panel, and then double-click Scheduled Tasks.
    * The user account you specify must have the appropriate permissions to
    run any tasks that you schedule by using the at command. For example, if
    you schedule programs that can be run only by administrators, the user
    account you specify must be an administrator account.
    * Instead of This Account, you can click System Account. If you run the
    at command for tasks by using the System Account, the scheduled tasks
    run using the default LocalSystem account.
    * You must be a member of the Administrators group to set these options.

    ================================================== =====

    Hope this helps,
    Mike

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    Re: AT command and network access

    User Schoen, Torsten 3865 PPE-QA1 (Torsten.Schoen@de.heidelberg.com) posted:

    All NT processes that run with system or local administrator rights have
    only guest rights on the network for security reasons. So if you want to
    actually do anything on the network you'll have to specifiy a user account
    for the process with the needed rights. *I think* in case of the AT command
    you need to change the setting of the task scheduler service. Also you
    should make sure that the required network path is available when Robot is
    launched by the AT command. Using UNC notation instead of static mappings
    will help with that.

    HTH,

    Torsten Schoen
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    AT command and network access

    User Sokol, Spencer (Spencer_Sokol@firstdatabank.com) posted:

    Hey folks... I've got a batch file that runs a robot script and closes when
    executed from the command line (yadda, yadda, yadda), but if I schedule it
    using the AT command robot stops at the login screen. After a little
    browsing I found that the AT process apparently didn't have network access.
    Since our repository is on the network, robot puked. Does anyone have any
    idea how to give AT higher privileges or allow it to access network drives?

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