Help with PCCMD and windows variable%UserProfile%

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hi everyone, i'm trying to help one of my friend who is using this command: STRPCCMD PCCMD ('rtopcb /s %userprofile%FAVCONVOconvo.tto') %Userprofile% is the environment variable which roots me to C:documents and settingsProfile name. We tried to put this variable into " " but it did not work either...By any chance, does anyone know how can I use a "windows" type variable into my path in this command? Thanks in advance to anyone who could help me.
ASKED: September 18, 2006  10:02 AM
UPDATED: October 16, 2006  11:29 AM

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using either STRPCCMD, or the RUNRMTCMD, will only let you submit a program or command file. any other type of will will not execute because throught this remote command process Windows does not associate a program with the file name sent. If you are trying to run a Client access file transfer command through this process look up the program CWBTF.EXE This is the client access program that will allow you to start a file transfer automatically.

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