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map a network drive through RDP protocol

 



gonzo
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Jun 9, 2011, 2:15 AM

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There are two windows machines. Local and remote accessible through RDP.

From remote machine I access several other Solaris machines through SSH/Putty to perform some tests.
Test output is text only (Putty).

I can map local drives to remote machine through RDP (simple windows mstsc.exe).

1. Is it possible to make a RDP connection in Perl and access this shared drives?

What i'm tryin to do is to automate process.

I need to perform 24h tests running every 30 minutes. There is no need to do it like a "PRO". Only automation is required. So i figured out that i can use files on shared drive to move commands from one system to another.

Is it possible (especially RDP part and drive mapping using Perl script)?

 
 


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