At IPM, we are big fans of the PSTools for scripts, troubleshooting and overall use.  Jacques Bensimon sent over this handy tip regarding their use.

If you’ve accidentally hung up a script or scheduled task by using a SysInternals PSTools utility  (PSExec, PSList, PSService, etc) and forgetting that the executing account needs to have accepted the utility’s EULA before proceeding, I found while looking at one executable (and later searching) that the utilities accept a “/AcceptEULA” parameter that automatically accepts the EULA (i.e. writes the necessary HKCU reg entry) and proceeds without any visible EULA dialog.  I expanded my search to additional SysInternals utilities and found that only a few of the “non-PS” utilities (e.g. ProcExp, ProcMon, AutoRuns, TCPView, BgInfo) might accept that parameter (untested, but the utilities contain the text).


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