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I'm building a swing application that takes command line calls and executes them. I'm ultimately trying to create the ability to start applications on remote workstations and since there is no standard Windows command to do this i found that PsExec can do this for me. The question now become instead of requiring a user to install PsExec seperately, can i drop it into my project source and call it as needed so that when i distribute the application, there is no outside dependency.

PsExec examples

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