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Your workstations could utilize cron's built-in @reboot attribute -- cron will execute whatever you want during system startup if you put in /etc/crontab line like this: @reboot root /path/to/your/script The script could copy new to-be-executed commands from a master workstation and then execute them, or merely inform the master workstation ...


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I suggest that you set UserDeadLetterQueue property to message. After that, you can check Transactional dead-letter messages system queue on both source and target server from Computer Management. There's 'class' column which describes why message could not be delivered.



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