I’m executing PSexec SNMP command from Python to remote PC using a batch file and expecting to get ‘TIMEOUT’ in the SNMP response, and I want to save this ‘TIMEOUT’ event to a log file. But the log file created is empty, I ran it manually and see the ‘TIMEOUT’ event in CMD window but ..
I tried this module, https://pypi.org/project/pypsexec/ But, it launches only executables or windows commands but not able to implement this. I need to check for a registry key on remote machine (network connected) and need to see whether it is accessible or not. But not able to implement any so far. Tried pypsexec but it has ..
I’m trying to install impacket and it always give me an error. My pip and python version is same (Python 2.7.18 and pip 20.3.4 from /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pip (python 2.7)). I checked into my repository and impacket already installed under my python3. I tried to uninstall and install it using pip2 but still give me bunch of ..
I am trying to remotely execute a script using PsExec and return live output using subprocess.Popen within my Tkinter program. Everything worked fine using below code. I did not need the shell=True parameter for Popen. process = subprocess.Popen( "psexec computer -c -f -s commands.cmd", stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT ) while True: line = process.stdout.readline() When i tried ..
I’m trying to build a script in python that runs a powershell command (using subprocess python module) , this powershell command use psexec for run a .exe file on all devices within a .txt file previous generated by python but it is not working Any help/advice? import subprocess import sys import datetime import os dt ..
I’m trying to connect to a remote Windows computer with Python. The idea is to make a mix of prompt_toolkit and rich to the TUI, but for the back end I’m still having doubts on what to use. Ideally, the user would provide the username and password once, the connection would be established and commands ..
from pypsexec.client import Client server = servername username = username password = password executable = "notepad.exe" c = Client(server, username=username, password=password) c.connect() print("Connected") try: c.create_service() result = c.run_executable(executable) finally: c.remove_service() c.disconnect() It is getting connected to the remote VM. But not able to open notepad in remote system. Source: Python..