Psexec Licence Agreement

This agreement outlines certain rights. You may have other rights under the laws of your country. You may also have rights to the part you purchased the software from. This agreement does not change their rights under the laws of your country if the laws of your country do not allow it. All you have to do is run a modern Windows operating system so that PsExec can run on your local computer. However, you want to run psexec on remote computers. To do this, you need to make sure that certain elements are present. Once you have the basics below, you can then begin to learn advanced techniques in psexec. PsExec can run more than just one command on a single computer. When you run PsExec for the first time on a new system, you`ll immediately see how the PsExec licensing agreement is concluded. You need to click the “Accept” button to start using. If you use psexec.exe tool with the switch -s to run a command prompt under the almighty system account, you must first approve the license agreement, which is correct.

However, if you want to work with additional sysinternal tools in the system console, you have a problem. If you launch z.B. pskill.exe, the program tries to open the License Agreement dialog. This does not work because the system account session does not have a desktop computer at that time and the program is suspended because no one can accept the license agreement. Use the command line/acceptula switch to accept the license agreement. Take a look at the short video below. Note that you just need to provide the switch -s with the executable file of the command interpreter for psexec to start a new command session as an NT AUTHORITY system. WARRANTY EXEMPTION. Licensed software is offered “as is.” Any use of this software is your only risk and peril. Sysinternals does not grant any other express guarantees. You may benefit from additional rights under local consumer protection law, which this contract cannot change. The or they are permitted by local law, implicit guarantees of market quality, special service and absence of counterfeiting are excluded.

psexec -accepteula -s c`utils`pslist.exe -accepteula If you want to prevent the display of the license agreement, you can accept it tacitly with the switch /accepteula as shown below. With the switch -c psexec copied each local program before running on the remote computer. Psexec swallows the first “-accepteula” on the command line, wherever it occurs, so when using psexec to run other ps-utilities, you have to pass “-accepteula” twice: the software is licensed “as-is”. You take the risk of using it. Sysinternals does not provide explicit guarantees, guarantees or conditions. You may have additional consumer rights in accordance with your local laws that cannot be changed by this agreement. To the extent that your local laws allow, sysinternals excludes unspoken guarantees of market accessibility, suitability for a specific purpose and non-counterfeiting. Note: The error or output code returned by psexec does not come from PsExec itself. Instead, it comes from the command that psexec performs on the remote computer. Please note that since this software is distributed in Quebec , Canada, some of the clauses contained in this agreement are contained below in French.

United States. If you purchased the software in the United States, Washington State law regulates the interpretation of this agreement and applies to claims for violation of this Agreement, regardless of the conflict of laws rules. The laws of the state in which you live regulate all other claims, including rights under national consumer protection legislation, unfair competition laws and misdemeanours. The software is licensed, not sold. This agreement gives you only a few rights to use the software. Sysinternals reserves all other rights. If the applicable law does not grant you other rights despite this restriction, you can only use the Software as expressly permitted by this Agreement.

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