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|Command via KpyM telnet fail, same command local work, why?
||Command via KpyM telnet fail, same command local work, why?
||Aug 17 2015 02:21
I am running Windows 10 and since MS no longer offers a telnet server I installed KpyM Telnet server (thanks for creating it!) so I can log in to the Win10 machine remotely.
On this Win10 machine I have some VirtualBox VMs that I start automatically when the machine starts.
I want to be able to shut down these VMs via KpyM Telnet. On a KpyM Telnet session I enter this command:
"C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\VBoxManage.exe" controlvm vm savestate
but it fails and I get this:
Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\VBoxManage.exe" controlvm vm savestate
VBoxManage.exe: error: Machine 'vm' is not currently running
The same command on a DOS prompt on the Win10 machine works fine and the VM stops.
Why does this command fail via KpyM Telnet? Can I fix it or configure something to get this command to execute?
It seems native DOS command work OK from KpyM Telnet like "SHUTDOWN -s" for example woks and powers down the Win10 machine.
Also, I cannot run some test BAT scripts I created . I created a BAT file named list.bat (all that's in it is DIR) but this does not run either via the KpyM. It works on local DOS prompt. I'd like to have a BAT file I can run via KpyM that shuts down the VM then calls SHUTDOWN -s to shutdown the machine. Will I be able to do this with KpyM?
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