AT
At is like scheduled tasks, and cancan be used to schedule commands to run at a specific time. It has been disabled on windows > 8.1, but can be enabled with a registry key
Reg add “\\REMOTE\\HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\Configuration" /v EnableAt /t REG_DWORD /d 1”
Note that after we set the registry key, we need to shut down the machine for changes to take place
Shutdown /r /m \\REMOTE
Then, we can finally use AT to execute code remotely
net time \\REMOTE
at \\REMOTE TIME COMMAND
At \\REMOTE AT_ID /delete
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