Running RSH commands on a Windows box against a Linux box works only for the administrator user. Is there a file somewhere that has a list of users that can run commands remotely?
on 03/01/2012 – Made popular on 03/01/2012
Currently i have a AD/Kerberos Configured on one EC2 instance(Windows 2008 R2) and created couple of users. Each of the users has administrator privileges. When We login as a non-domain Administrator, i can successfully execute the winrm commands.
Suppose I have a server application installed in a few Linux and Windows machines. Now I would like to control it remotely. That is, I would like to start and stop the application, update the application configuration files, reads the logs remotely.
It looks to be easy in the Linux worlds. I can use ssh, scp, and probably nfs to execute commands in remote Linux machines and access their files.
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