Winsock RSHD/95 is a Remote Shell
Daemon for Windows 95/98/ME. It services the standard rsh
and rcp commands. It runs as a
Windows 95/98/ME "service" (in the background) and
will work only under Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows ME.
For a Windows NT, 2000,, or XP version, see Winsock
The rsh command allows you
to remotely execute programs on the Windows system running
RSHD/95. You can then see the standard output and
standard error output of the program executed if it is a Win32
console application (and some DOS applications).
The rcp command allows you
to copy files over a TCP/IP connection to and from the Windows
system running RSHD/95. The rcp command
works much like the Unix cp or DOS COPY
command, except that either the source or destination may be
another system running a remote shell daemon that supports rcp,
such as Winsock RSHD/95.
Winsock RSHD/95 does not
include the rsh and rcp
commands - it is the server side of those commands.
Windows NT/2000/XP includes their own native implementation of
the rsh and rcp commands,
but Windows 95/98/ME does not. If you need these
commands, check into our Winsock
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