You can definitely run a utility from another server. For this use the following steps:
1. Download PSTOOLS zip files from http://technet.microsoft.com/en-in/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx
2.Create a network drive on local machine to the remote machine onto which you want to execute the command
3.Open the command window from your machine
4.Copy the path of the location at which the psexec is saved.
Provide the details in the required format.
As an illustration, to run exportsecurity utility:
Open command Prompt and enter:
"Location of psexec.exe file"\PsExec.exe \\"Remoteserver Name" -u "Username" -p "Password" -i -d cmd /c "Batch file location on remote server"
Batch file at remote computer:
ExportSecurity.cmd -f:password.txt /A="Application Name",/U="username"
Note: Don't use the quotation marks.
Similarly, you can run OutlineLoad utility as well.
Hope this helps.....
No changes are required in the utility file. I have just created a new batch file, at any location on the server, to call the utility with the required paramaters for the utility.
Batch file at server:
Drive:(if the utility is in c: drive then write c: and if d: drive then write d: (No need to explain))
ExportSecurity.cmd -f:password.txt /A="Application Name",/U="username ( Utility name with the required parameters )
Hope this Helps.....