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Jesse
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      08-28-2003
I'm new to both programing and python and having a bit of a problem
finding an answer online.

I've got a script that will be running on a Windows Machine and will
need to access remote servers not in the same domain.


I'll be using this to restart services, copy files.
This script will be run by the user so they will be available to enter
their login information and the users all have manager access to the
remote domains.

Thanks,

Jesse

 
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derek / nul
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      08-28-2003
and the question is?

On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 03:38:03 GMT, Jesse <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>I'm new to both programing and python and having a bit of a problem
>finding an answer online.
>
>I've got a script that will be running on a Windows Machine and will
>need to access remote servers not in the same domain.
>
>
>I'll be using this to restart services, copy files.
>This script will be run by the user so they will be available to enter
>their login information and the users all have manager access to the
>remote domains.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Jesse


 
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Jesse
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      08-28-2003
I guess it is how can I have a user enter their NT Domain Authentication
and the script use it to log into NT Domains the computer it is running
on it not a member of.

derek / nul wrote:
> and the question is?
>
> On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 03:38:03 GMT, Jesse <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>
>
>>I'm new to both programing and python and having a bit of a problem
>>finding an answer online.
>>
>>I've got a script that will be running on a Windows Machine and will
>>need to access remote servers not in the same domain.
>>
>>
>>I'll be using this to restart services, copy files.
>>This script will be run by the user so they will be available to enter
>>their login information and the users all have manager access to the
>>remote domains.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>
>>Jesse

>
>


 
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Peter Hansen
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      08-28-2003
Jesse wrote:
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> I guess it is how can I have a user enter their NT Domain Authentication
> and the script use it to log into NT Domains the computer it is running
> on it not a member of.


This sounds like a bit more of a Windows-specific problem than
anything to do with Python (though you may well get an answer here
anyway). Why not post in a Windows group/mailing list, and once you
know the technique, you can just ask here how to do same in Python?

-Peter
 
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