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The command tlntadmn -s will list information about the current Telnet sessions. This will display something like the following: C:\Windows\system32>tlntadmn -s 1 telnet session(s) ID Domain UserName Client LogonDate LogonTime IdleTime (hh:mm:ss) ...


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I, too, ran across this problem on my local install of MySQL Notifier, and neither deleting settings.config, nor reinstalling had any effect. Further investigation lead me to a file in the same folder with the name connections.xml that only contained a single space character. Deleting that file and restarting the notifier did the trick, though, so if (like ...


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I'd strongly recommend moving away from WMIC.EXE, and use PowerShell instead. PowerShell lets you use RPC to access the remote server's WMI interface, negating the need for PsExec. Although PsExec is a useful tool, I'd only use it if absolutely necessary, as it creates a service on the remote server, the newly created remote service then spawns a process ...



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