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ATONCE.EXE : Command scheduling utility : by Steven Wettberg Usage: ATONCE \\COMPUTERNAME COMMAND ATONCE schedules a job (Batch file or command line program) to run 14 seconds from the execution of this command. This command calculates the execution time based upon the remote computer time and timezone offset. The time on the local computer is disregarded. This makes the local machine time/data irrelevant when issuing the ATOnce Schedule command. If you have every tried running programs like the Resource Kit 'soon.exe' you will find that they are very dependent upon your time matching the remote machine time, and heaven forbid you are in a different time zone. Note: This program will automatically start the schedule service if it's not already running on the remote machine. Example: AtOnce \\SomeNTMachine C:\NtUtils\SomeCmds.BatNOTE: Use the fully qualified file name on the remote computer.