You cannot pass text into a telnet session from a batch/cmd file
The only command necessary for your test:
telnet SMTPSERVER.COM 25
You will never be able to actually send a test email using this script.
I found this at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/259436 and thought it might be useful for others.
query session >sessions.txt
for /f "skip=1 tokens=3," %%i in (sessions.txt) DO logoff %%i
Is there anyway to have script report back to you and put a file or folder on my c drive from the customer. It doesn't nessasrly need to put it in my C drive but just prompt me to put it somewhere. Please I have been looking for a solution to my issue. I have a script and I can run it on the machine I am connected to but I have no way of collecting the data with out opening file manager and digging through stuff or creating a folder. I want the script to send me the folder back to me through the customer callling car, applet or whatever as long as it comes back.
Hi Rob H,
I need some help.
I have created a vbs script to create a shortcut on desktop. When I run the file after transferring to the remote computer it's creating the shortcut on desktop of a weblink as desired but, when I deploy the script using LMI Rescue account, it's creating the shortcut in C:\ drive instead of Desktop.
Please help if you can.
Thanks & Regards
Boot Settings for Vista
Anyone still have these scripts? The links seems to be empty and I can't find them anyplace else.
I've been looking into automating a few things with my LMI workflow.
Is it possible to script actions in the LMI client?
One example I want to script is, save chatlog to a folder on my computer, and then transfer it to the customer's desktop.
Is this possible with the clients current functionality?
I am kinda wondering if someone has successfully transfered files using a script instead of the file transfer/manager in LMI. If anyone is willing to share a working script, that would be awesome. Thank you.
We know the transfered file goes to a temporary folder in the %LOCALAPPDATA%\LogMeIn Rescue Applet folder.
However, we never know which LMIRxxx.tmp folder would be named.
would be much appreciated if LogMeIn developers contribute here.