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how can i fix this Problem ? execute command : Failure

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Hi

i created a correlation rule and i want to execute a simple command after matching conditions.

my configuration is :

Execute Command: 

Platform : Linux

Command : /bin/bash

Parameters: $command

Automaticaly Run on Manager 

Also in the Manager host i have a variable $command  ( export command=/opt/arcsight/manager/bin/scripts/command.sh)

"also with full permission for arcsight user"

command.sh :

#!/bin/bash

sshpass -p P@SSw0rd ssh -t user@x.x.x.x 'cmd /c C:\Users\Almasiran\Desktop\1.mp3'

 

this command sent to a windows server and run a mp3 file after ssh authenticating via "freeSSHD Application".

Very urgent !!!

BR

Amir

 

 

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Try adding the full path to "sshpass" in your script.

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Try adding the full path to "sshpass" in your script.

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thanks @Shaun

when i create a script with full path of sshpass , i am recieving command execution continual.

is this job Queue from past failed execution?

BR

Amir

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