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Install to server control, maybe a bit OT

During certain GroupWise installs, such as WebAccess or POAgents, the
install program may offer to stop certain process or start them. I'm
considering a program, outside of any of the GroupWise apps, that I
could conceivably use to stop and restart my POAs via and email to an
app on my desktop. I'm half afraid that it involves a double secret
means knonw only to Novell due to security. Can anyone point me to
the method used or a forum in which this may be on topic?

Thanks,
Lil
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Re: Install to server control, maybe a bit OT

All the installs do is run 'unload poa' on the server

Cheers Dave


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Re: Install to server control, maybe a bit OT

But what mechanism to they use to communicate the command to the
server?

Lil

On Fri, 17 Feb 2006 18:36:11 GMT, "Dave Parkes" <Dave@Norgren.co.uk>
wrote:

>All the installs do is run 'unload poa' on the server
>
>Cheers Dave

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Re: Install to server control, maybe a bit OT

There was a fairly recent thread in the XPlatWin forum about this

From: ncsengodi@virusbuster.hu (ncsengodi)
Subject: Console commands from client
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 13:24:41 GMT
Newsgroups: novell.devsup.clib.xplatwin

Cheers Dave


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