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Does anyone here have any recomendations on what has worked well with Winbatch?
The work around?
One of the possibilities is something that's free called PuTTY... it's a terminal emulator that happens to include a very nice SSH port forwarding feature. All you do is set up a local TCP port on your system to be forwarded to a remote SSH-enabled TCP port. Then, when you make a connection to the local port via TCP using the Winsock extender, PuTTY forwards the data stream via SSH to the remote system. It works very well and is frequently used in this manner to punch holes thru a firewall for things like remote desktop access, etc....
It seems to allow multiple scripting languages to control SecureCRT including VBScript and WinBatch.
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