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Learn Windows XP Professional: Troubleshooting TCP/IP - Part 2 (Page 4) Page 4
RSH - RSH is a TCP/IP utility that enables clients to
run commands directly on remote hosts running the RSH
service without having to log on to the remote host. RSH is
one of the UNIX r-commands available on all UNIX
[NOTES FROM THE FIELD] - Microsoft's implementation of TCP/IP includes the RSH client software but not the RSH service. If a user on a computer running in a Windows domain tries to use RSH to run a command on a remote UNIX server that is running the RSH daemon, the domain controller will be required by the RSH client in order to resolve the username of the user.
REXEC - REXEC runs commands on remote hosts running the REXEC service and authenticates the user name on the remote host before executing the specified command.
REXEC host [-l username] [-n] command
- host - Specifies the remote host on which to run command.
- -l username - Specifies the user name on the remote host.
- -n - Redirects the input of REXEC to NULL.
- command - Specifies the command to run.
FINGER - FINGER is a TCP/IP utility used for viewing information about a user on a system running the finger service.
Typing the command
firstname.lastname@example.org displays information about
user Jason on a server called windowsxp.2000trainers.com.
[-l] [user]@host [...]
- -l - Displays information in long list format.
- user - Specifies the user you want information about. Omit the user parameter to display information about all users on the specified host.
- @host - Specifies the server on the remote system whose users you want information about.
[NOTES FROM THE FIELD] -
Microsoft's implementation of TCP/IP includes the
FINGER client software but not the FINGER service. You are
able to run the FINGER client on a machine running a Windows
operating system that is connected to the Internet in order
to obtain results from a remote UNIX server running the
FINGER daemon as a FINGER gateway.
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