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You must set up your AT Command with the switch /INTERACTIVE. Otherwise your Batchfile works with SYSTEM Account and have no right to connect the network.
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Well, I did as you can see in my statement:
>> at \\%1 %2 /INTERACTIVE C:\run_osp3.bat
>> net use Y: \\%1\C$
>> copy run_osp3.bat Y:\
>> copy "C:\Programme\Support Tools\kill.exe" Y:
>> net use Y: /D
It does connect to the Network (see the net use command following). Otherwise the Command-Prompt would not pop up to the user. BUT that Interactive-Mode starts with "System-Account/Default User" instead of the logged in User. That is my problem and this - I guess - is the reason why it says...."Netinstall Server not found".
Either there is a registry-key for that NI-Server in the HKCU - well, must be... if it would be in HKLM the Batch-Command should find the Server-Key, right?
but ..thanks for helping,
Sorry for the first reply. I read over your interactive switch.
But it seems to be the problem with the system account. What happened when you call the batch on the special PC? Please, check also your share security for the system account.
Why you didn't chose the installation with the netinstall service?
Well, that is what I thought - but I dont understand why that happens. When I start the batch as the User the same problem accours, it seems that starting NIAGNT32.exe in the command-prompt/ in a batch, it can not find the Netinstall-Server.
I checked the Share/File-Security on the NI-Server, even with everybody it does not work.
I tried it with CPAU or PSEXEC (giving the command the creditionals from the NI-Service-Domain Account) - still doesnt work ;-((
Hmm, well, I would like to do the update/installation during night-time when no users are online.
I dont know any other method to start the installations than starting the NIAGNT32.exe. I cant do it during log-on, that would bring down our bandwith to WAN-Offices during work-time.
If you have any other idea how to manage that I would appreciate any short info.
test it with the switch /NWCM. Maybe thats help.
niagnt32.exe /NWCM connects with the Service Account.
I did try this last night already. It .... well kinda works:
a) It starts the Niagtn32.exe and connects to the NI-Server and starts the Installation - BUT it installs now everything starting from A-Z on the PC again.
b) this is just ....."§&&!$%&&))/?`=)(&§%" .... I GIVE UP ;-(
But thanks dough for your help and support SBR! ;-)