I have a procedure that runs on endpoint A. Somewhere in this procedure endpoint A needs to communicate to endpoint B, but that is not allowed due to B's firewall settings. I would like the procedure I started on Endpoint A to run the 'open firewall' procedure on endpoint B (and close the firewall after he did his job ofcourse). Is this possible at all?
Before you suggest: I know you can use remote admin and psexec etc. to launch commands from one PC to another, but that is also blocked by the firewall in this case.
Yes, it's possible to schedule an agent procedure to run on another endpoint as a step in your first agent procedure.
I just found the scheduleProcedure step. Thanks!