|This isn't really a programming question, but I couldn't find a category that fit. Is it possible to enable delegation without a Domain Controller, or basically in a network of Workgroup computers?|
Using the picture in the link, I'd like to use Computer A to execute a batch file on Computer B, that resides on Computer C. Computer C's folder location for the batch file is in both Computer A's and Computer B's %path%, but when using:
WMIC /Node:"Computer B" /USER:"%USERNAME%" Process Call Create 'batch.bat'
I get ReturnValue=2, which means "path not found". If I fully qualify the path the the batch file using "\\Computer C\Lan Path\batch.bat", I get ReturnValue=9, which means "access denied". The link talks about using the DC to set delegation roles for computers, but who runs a DC in a home network?
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