In a previous post, I discussed how to install and configure a simple computer software package that would allow me to remotely run programs on a desktop computer from my home computer.
The package included a simple command line interface (CLI) that let me install software on a computer, connect it to a computer that was running a version of Windows, and run a command.
This time, I’m going to take a look at how to get this software to work remotely.
If you’re new to installing and configuring software, you may be wondering why you’d want to do that.
If a program on your desktop computer crashes, the computer you’re using to run it will have to be rebooted.
If that happens, you can’t access the software that crashed.
But you can use this package to install a remote package, so you can start running the program remotely, then reboot the computer to start running it again.
If your computer crashed and the software you were running couldn’t be installed, you would have to install it again to try to get it to work.
Once you installed the package, you could then reboot your computer to get the remote package running again.
This is all possible using the command line tool WinSCP, which is available from Microsoft, or from the following sites: Windows.com/technet/products/winSCP/wiki/install-winSCP-windows-10/win-scripting-windows.aspx Microsoft’s Windows PowerShell cmdlets page: http://technet.microsoft.com