April 25th, 2004, 02:06 AM
starting processes from netcat
I have netcat running on my comp downstaris and when I try to execute WinXP apps (say notepad.exe) they get launched as background processes and not as foreground apps(on the remote computer). So when I launch notepad.exe, I can see it in the Task Manager processes tab but not as an app. In short, I can't use it because it is running in the background. Is there a way to run them normally? i've noticed that they will run normal if i add a /max or /min argument to them, but is there a way to execute it and have it just start normally? also, how do you start processes in the background like that regularly?
April 25th, 2004, 02:55 AM
use the start command.
e.g. c:\start cmd will popup a window
April 25th, 2004, 03:19 AM
net cat doesnt have an "interact with desktop" option like psexec does. use psexec
i believe whatever you 'start' will still be confined to the shell your using although running in a seperate memory space
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