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 Lonnie #1 Posted : Tuesday, March 15, 2016 2:16:41 AM(UTC) Rank: NewbieJoined: 3/13/2016(UTC)Posts: 4Location: OhioThanks: 3 times Hello we are new to Screen Connect and are loving it so far. One of the draws for us was the ability to run commands without connecting to a machine although we are having some trouble.Below is everything that I have attempted so far unsuccessfully to run CCleaner silently as seen here #!cmdstart CCleaner.exe /AUTO#!cmdCCleaner.exe /AUTOI have even tried switching to the folder location of the executableIs anyone still awake that can provide me with some help ?Thank you !
 KBrownConsulting #2 Posted : Tuesday, March 15, 2016 3:22:22 AM(UTC) Rank: Advanced MemberMedals: Joined: 3/11/2014(UTC)Posts: 70Thanks: 13 timesWas thanked: 8 time(s) in 5 post(s) Try the following:Code:#timeout=600000 C:\Path\to\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe /AUTO Obviously you'll need to specify the correct path to the CCleaner executable. (The %ProgramFiles% or %ProgramFiles(x86)% environment variables may be useful here.) #timeout=600000 will increase the timeout for the following command to 10min (by default all commands issued from the command dialog are only allowed to run for 10 seconds & then they are killed.) You'll need to either copy & paste both lines into the command window together or press Shift+Enter after the first line if you are typing them manually. See the Wiki entry for more info.You may also want to check out the Command Toolbox extension. 2 users thanked KBrownConsulting for this useful post. Lonnie on 3/15/2016(UTC), promptcare on 6/11/2016(UTC)
 Lonnie #3 Posted : Tuesday, March 15, 2016 1:21:42 PM(UTC) Rank: NewbieJoined: 3/13/2016(UTC)Posts: 4Location: OhioThanks: 3 times Hey KBrownConsulting,Thank you for the quick reply when I attempted the new command with #timeout=600000 it still does not work. I was remoted into one client when I ran the command (to see if the command had worked) and was kicked out of my session and had to restart the client PC before I was able to re-connect. Any further suggestions or can anyone else chime in on if you are successfully running CCleaner silently through the command interface !?
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