Automation Workshop includes the Run CMD Command Action that automatically executes specified commands on the Windows command prompt. This Action works the same way as if a user had opened
cmd.exe command line interpreter and typed in any Command, or batch file name or program name.
Features & highlights
- Runs CMD commands as well as batch files and Windows executables, thus efficiently extending the built-in capacities of Automation Workshop.
- The command is executed with user credentials and access rights provided in the Task properties, thus granting access to resources for the user, such as network shares and Registry branches.
- Waits for the specified command to complete and streamlines its results into the automated data flow.
- Full support of multiple user Desktops for the Microsoft Terminal Services in multi-user environments.
- Launch CMD commands using the built-in advanced Task Scheduler or fire the task on multiple events using a built-in set of Triggers.
- Automation Workshop not only serves as a command line script replacement, but can also integrate these scripts into its own operations whenever necessary.
- Connect already existing batch scripts with a wider automation context. Custom scripts perform operations not provided by the Automation Workshop set of tools.
- Schedule periodic executions of a Windows prompt command with the following automatic response to their outcome.
- Command · Enter any CMD command, Windows executable, or batch file and the folder from which it is to be executed.
- Options · Set execution and termination conditions.
- Advanced · Define errorlevel thresholds, and set window size and position.
- Dynamic variables & Events of the Run CMD Command.
- Streamline automation processes by connecting Triggers and Actions using Variable Wizard.
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