8 Replies Latest reply on Jun 14, 2013 7:26 AM by Bill Robinson

    How to use Windows cmd under nexec interactively?

    John Landells

      Hi All,


      Often when doing ad-hoc server management, we want to be able to execute something like "nexec -i -e cmd" on a Windows box to be able to work inside a native shell on the target.  However, we've found that things like Ctrl-C and even backspace don't work - they just return funny characters!  We've tried playing with the codepage, but this made no difference.


      I'm guessing that there#s a super-secret nexec-ninja trick that we need to know about in order to get this working.  Can anyone enlighten us, please?


      Many thanks,