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From Rubun Tang <rt...@algorithmics.com>
Subject RE: Using telnet task to connect to NT telnet server.
Date Tue, 22 Jan 2002 15:46:54 GMT
Alternatively, you can do this:
		<telnet server="earth" initialCR="no">
			<read timeout="10" string="username:"/>
			<write echo="false" string="superman"/>
			<read timeout="10" string="password:"/>
			<write echo="false" string="xxxx"/>
			<read timeout="10" string="name:"/> <!--this will
try to read "domain name:" -->
			<write echo="false" string="USA"/>
			...
		</telnet>

hth

Rubun 


-----Original Message-----
From: Johannes van der Merwe [mailto:jpvdm@iafrica.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2002 1:09 AM
To: 'Ant Users List'
Subject: RE: Using telnet task to connect to NT telnet server.


Have you tried "DOMAINNAME\USername"?
Kind regards
Jo van der Merwe

-----Original Message-----
From: Ramasubbu, Hari [mailto:hari.ramasubbu@verizon.com]
Sent: 22 January 2002 02:15
To: Ant-User@Jakarta. Apache. Org (E-mail)
Subject: Using telnet task to connect to NT telnet server.


Hi

I need to launch a program in a remote NT server through telnet .. but the
problem is
the telnet deamon software which i use in theat NT machine need s a Domain
name also along with
the username and password.I saw the ant user manual for telnet in which it
has only username and password capabilities but not with domain name.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Sincerely
Hari 



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