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Albert D. Kallal
smalltalk, that should not be that much of a problem. You could have a webserver with cgi script shell the corresponding executable with arbitary arguments. Most CD burning software have some sort of a command line option.
I, on the other hand, am looking at using Server based software to burn cds at the client machine.
Apart from sharing the data and having it available to the local machine and then running the CD write from that local machine you could try running Remote Access back to the same client from a Remote Access session on a server but I don't know if any attempt at 'recursion' is checked.
Tuesday, February 28, 2006
I don't know if this whole thing is a good idea, because ultimately you end up doing exactly what John Ridout suggests, even if you find a way to get windows to do it for you. Can you really rely on your remote connection to remit your data rapidly and reliably enough to render it to the recording media without random errors?
Wednesday, March 01, 2006
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