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I have a Windows Server 2012 and a Windows 7 client.

I'd like to run psexec on my Windows client to execute a .bat file on my server:

psexec /accepteula \\MyServer -u MyUser -p Mypass -d -i "C:/test.bat"

The command returns:

Acces denied.

When I log into my client with domain user, the command runs and not fail.

But I like to run it with a local (non-domain) user.

  • What do you mean you want to run it with a local user. Is the server a domain controller? – user5870571 May 12 '16 at 15:24
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If you are going to login to your computer with a local account even though the computer is joined to the domain (I don't know why you want to do that), and you are trying to run a command on the server that is joined to the domain, you should make sure you are using the correct username and password for the domain user on the server.

Try this -

psexec /accepteula \\server -u domain\username -p passwd -e "C:\test.bat"

Make sure that the domain user account you are using to run test.bat on the server has the correct security rights to run the file on the server.

In the event you are running C:\test.bat as a local user the domain would be the name of the computer that has the local user you are using on it.

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The account that PSexec is running as needs to exist on the server. If you want to run the command as a local account on a domain-joined server, you need to create a local account on the domain-joined server with the same username and password as the one on your workstation.

If you just want to run the command from your (non-domain-joined?) workstation, you should do what user5870571 suggested.

  • Thanks all for your help : Now I have this error msg : Psexec Could not start 'C:\test.bat' .... I use psexec in RunRmtCmd of AS400. When i run from my Windows Client all its ok now , but not from AS400. – Oracleboy97420 May 13 '16 at 11:34

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