Fix telnet.exe errors
telnet.exe is a DLL file which is responsible for component Microsoft Telnet Client in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 5:10:54 PM, the size is 79872 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
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Once infected, the file path of telnet.exe will be re-set as:
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telnet.exe is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive telnet.exe blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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Windows 7 - EMET 2.0
1. I noticed a "?" sign infront of svchost.exe in the DEP column. Wasn't there a few days back ... what is this suppose to indicate? 2. Found the following; c: cd "C:\Program Files\EMET" emet_conf.exe --add "C:\WINDOWS\explorer.exe" pause The author said it was an overkill to which I agree but would it be safe to do this and or necessary? What needs to be excluded from this list?
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How to create a .bat file for quick access to network troubleshooting commands
@echo OFF color 0a cls :Start4 echo º 1. IP Config /All pause > nul goto menu
Hi, Your Windows 7 question is more complex than what is typically answered in the Microsoft Answers forums. It is better suited for the developer audience on MSDN. Please post your question in the MSDN Forum. You can follow the link to post your question: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vsx/threads Hope this information is helpful.
Firewall Configuration Issue
Hi I have a small application that accesses a network device via telnet port23. (NOT using telnet.exe) I have tried to allow in and outbound traffic to and from this port, but still the application can't access the network device. How do I configure Windows 7 to allow this application to access any network device and send / receive on any port ? I did try "Windows 7 firewall control free" this seemed to mention a default port scanning filter ? Could that be stopping my application. I know the program works, if I change it's port to 25 or 110 I can access my mailserver easily. ( it also works fine on XP) Any help would be gratefully received :) Thanks
Assuming your application is not a server and you have windows firewall set to block all outbound. Try creating a outbound firewall rule for that application allowing everything. Assuming it now works, check the firewall log for detail of what was allowed through ( IP address, ports etc). This should give sufficient information to go back and tighten the rule. Note: from what you say, the best remote IP setting may be "local subnet" ie scope > under "remote ip address" >add >"predefined set of computers" > Local subnet. For more info see the firewall section here: http://npr.freei.me
32-bit telnet on 64-bit Windows
I want to use the telnet client from within a Tcl Expect script. The Tcl interpreter is a 32 bit application running on 64-bit Windows 7, which means Windows redirects the telnet call from C:\Windows\System32\ to C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ - if I have understood this right, that is. The problem is that there is no telnet client in C:\Windows\SysWOW64\. After activating the telnet client, the 64-bit telnet.exe appears in C:\Windows\System32\ as expected, but from within Tcl it is not visible, since it really is the C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ that is referenced. Of course, forcing the System32 telnet from within Tcl doesen't work either, since a 64-bit application can't be run within a 32-bit one. The solution I guess should be to install the 32-bit telnet client in SysWOW64. Anyone knows how that's done? Other ideas? /Anders
Hi there, I know that everyone involved in this thread no longer needs it, but in case someone comes a long looking for the answer (as I did) I've managed to get this working. My solution was to get a 32-bit version of the telnet exe from a 32-bit machine (in this case an old laptop running XP SP3) and put one copy in the same directory as the script and another copy over the top of the telnet.exe sitting in System32. (I don't know which one was important, but it's fairly trivial to do both.) Note that you can't by default delete exe files in System 32, even as an admin, so you need to take control of the file. There are slightly out-dated instructions here: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/how-to-delete-a-system-file-in-windows-vista/ Those are fine in general, but the cacls command is apparently replaced by "Icacls" takeown /f C:\Windows\System32\telnet.exe Icacls C:\Windows\System32\telnet.exe /grant username:F (Note that's icacLs, but with the i caps, and the L lower) I
This way I only get the 64-bit telnet client in System32. I need to also get the 32-bit version in SysWOW64 - how's that done? /Anders
I have 32 bit java application which is trying to invoke telnet client in Win7 64bit PC. But telnet client is not launched. I have enabled the telnet client through the steps below. This way the telnet client can be launched directly on windows7 64Bit, but not from my 32bit Java application. Start Control Panel Programs And Features Turn Windows features on or off Check Telnet Client Hit OK Any suggestion ? Please Help
Click Start, type: Turn Windows features on or off Hit Enter Scroll down and make sure that 'Telnet Client' is checked Click OK Restart the system if prompted. Andre Da Costa http://adacosta.spaces.live.com http://www.activewin.com
Hello Anders, A little late but I struggle with the same problem. In a wild attempt after reading your description, I have copied telnet into SysWOW64 folder. Now the error message from Expect is different: "The request is not supported" I have only copied the .EXE, nothing else. Maybe trying with a different telnet version (32bit) and place it in the same SysWOW64 folder? /Jan-Willem
64 bit W7 cannot find telnet, but only when ...
We support software that occasionally launches a windows command window to start a telnet client session. On 64 bit Windows 7, this "launched" command window cannot find telnet.exe, even if the full path is specified (C:\Windows\System32\telnet.exe). As a test, the "launched" command window IS able to find and start notepad.exe. The telnet "launch" works on all earlier versions of Windows, including 32-bit Windows 7. The C:\Windows\System32 folder is defined in the system PATH environment variable. Telnet IS properly enabled, because 64bit W7 can successfully find and start telnet when the full path is specified from a command window that is started manually from the Start button. I have read about the difference between System32 and SysWoW64 (http://www.samlogic.net/articles/32-64-bit-windows-folder-x86-syswow64.htm), but can't seem to find a solution for our problem. (Please feel free to move this post to the correct topic if necessary.)
Sorry, missed where you said it was setup. Hopefully someone will have a good answer for you!
Telnet is already enabled, because 64bit W7 can successfully find and start telnet when the full path is specified from a command window that is started manually from the Start button.
Click Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features > Turn Windows Features on or off > Is the Telnet client selected? Default installation does not have it installed. Hope this helps.
Windows 7 - Is it possible to run telnet via the DOS COMMAND LINE?
I have enabled the telnet client via Control Panel - Programs - Turn Windows features on or off - and a Check by Telnet client. I CAN run telnet from the Start button and typing telent. telnet.exe is found and I click on it, and a telnet window opens up. The titlebar of the window is "C:\Windows\system32.telnet.exe" I can NOT run telnet from the command line, even as Administrator. C:\Windows\System32>telnet 'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. C:\Windows\System32>.\telnet '.\telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. C:\Windows\System32>.\telnet.exe '.\telnet.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. I want to be able to enter telent 192.168.1.1 from the command prompt, is this possible in Windows 7 without installing an alternate telnet client? I am running Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit with Service Pack 1. My computer does
Win7 has no Dos, it has the run cmd http://windows7themes.net/how-to-telnet-in-windows-7.html
dos / cmd -- a rose by any other name... You know what I mean. But I found the link interesting as it specifically shows launching telnet from the CMD prompt. I am not able to do this, getting the errors I reported in my original post. So, I clicked on "Start", "Run" and typed in cmd and hit enter. I then typed in telnet pressed enter and wow, it worked. So what was the difference??? I looked at the properties of the shortcut I always click to open a command window. I see it is running the following: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe I again clicked Start, Run, and then typed the complete path and filename "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe" I typed in telnet again and it failed! Hmmm so what am I running when I enter cmd versus C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe ?? and why is there a difference anyway? I can find these two file and I perform a checksum on each of them, the files are identical: ad7b9c14083b52bc532fba5948342b98 *c:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe ad7b9c14083b52bc532fba5948342b98 *c:\Win
You've enabled it - correct? > Enable the telnet client via Control Panel - Programs - Turn Windows features on or off - and a Check by Telnet client. And your running the 32 bit version of cmd.exe? > c:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe Try typing in the full path to telnet and see if that works? > c:\Windows\System32\telnet.exe Check your "path" environment variable and see if the path to c:\Windows\System32\ is listed and comes BEFORE C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ ( if that is also listed ).
In my case the problem was the calling application. - I use a 32bit Software to call cmd.exe (RocketDock). This leads to a scenario where cmd.exe shows SysWOW64 instead of the System32 - changing directory to C:\Windows\System32 does not show any telnet.exe... After copying telnet.exe to the SysWOW64 folder it works like charm... - I didn't manage to create a hard link since the same abstraction problem seems to prevent that... But the underlying problem ist still not solved for me: Why isn't there a link set for the 32bit Application telnet to be called by other 32bit applications ie. a link in SysWOW64?
in order to use telnet on windows 7 or higher you first need to go to control panel and go ahead and check in both telnet boxes then click apply. after that just go to start and look up telnet.exe and there you have it .
Note that telnet.exe isn't in the system32 folder in Windows 10. Too big a security risk in some eyes I guess.
This step did not work for me and still telnet does not work for me on W7. Is there any other step please?? C:\Windows\System32>telnet 'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. .
When will a 64-bit port of telnet.exe be available?
I'm running win8-64 pro with media center. telnet.exe will not run in a SysWOW64 command window. However, it will run in a System32\cmd.exe window With other networking tools such as nslookup, if I run them in a SysWOW64 command window, the 64 bit SysWOW64 port of the tool automagically runs, even though SysWOW64 is not in my path. On the other hand, if I run these tools in a System32 command window, the System32 version (which is in my path) runs. It is annoying enough that no telnet client is installed by default. It is doubly annoying that no 64 bit port is even provided. I am aware that I can concoct a shortcut to start System32\telnet.exe in a System32\cmd.exe window. I am also aware that I can install a third party 64-bit telnet client. That's not the point. The absence of a basic networking tool that runs in a now-standard SysWOW64 command window is a bug, not a feature. When will a 64-bit port of telnet.exe be available? Thanks in advance for your help.
Hi, Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft forums. I would like to tell you that SysWOW64 are the 32bit versions of Windows files and you are running the 64bit version already which you may verify in the task manager. For any other windows related issue, reply to us and we will be happy to assist you.
Have you actually tried running telnet in a SysWOW64\cmd.exe window? It doesn't work. It will ONLY run in a System32\cmd.exe window. Other basic network tools run in either command window. There are different images for nslookup.exe, ftp.exe etc in System32 and SysWOW64. Each cmd.exe runs the image from its own directory. There is no telnet.exe in SysWOW64. There should be. Otherwise one is forced to work in a System32\cmd.exe window if one requires a telnet client. This is not a feature.
My mistake. The 64 bit versions are in the System32 directory. The images in SysWOW64 are 32 bit. Thanks for your reply.
How to allow hyperlink for telnet?
I am new to Visio 2010. I have used lots and lots of hyperlinks on my network diagram in Visio 2007 which resided on my XP Pro laptop. I just now got a new laptop with Windows 7 Pro SP1 and Visio 2010. My existing network digram when opened in my new 2010, hyperlinks for http:// and https:// work fine....but my hyperlinks for telnet:// don't work. Do i just need to enable something somewhere within Windows or VIsio to allow telnet hyperlinks to work using the windows command telnet.exe ? Aaron
I just checked my notes on it and the issue showed up in Vista/IE7. Obviously playing with the registry is not for the faint of heart (if you try the circumvention make sure you backup your registry first). I went to a code based solution so that those that might want to take advantage of the drawing would not have to modify their systems. al
Al, this guy claims he has a solution to the problem as I stated it....check out the registry key change he suggests to get the telnet.exe client to work in Visio. http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itpronetworking/thread/6dd23d28-67d6-4c21-b14d-3e67829202c7
Win7 (vista ver2) installs two versions of some of the more common applications when x64 is installed. It may have an x86 (the 32 bit version) and an x64 version for some of the programs. This allows some of the older applications to continue running when the operating system is updated. MS did not make an x64 version of Telnet available (among the list of apps that only got a single platform of support). At least initallly this was also true for RDP (yes you can share desktops). It's interesting (as an example) when looking at things like Internet Explorer where the two versions are installed that some browser applications will work with the x86 version but will not work with the x64 version.The browser apps show up (in my experience) when JAVA is involved. I used to have to use the x86 version whenever I worked with the National Weather Service (NWS) site and I wanted animation. al
Al, thanks a bunch. I'll look at the link to see how to make it work. Til then, curious what you mean by this....? " there isn't an x64 version of telnet. " Aaron
thanks Al, i'm not sure what you mean by "How are you calling your hyperlinks." please explain so i can answer correctly. i can tell you this.....when i add http or telnet hyperlinks to objects in visio, i simply highlight the object that i want to make hyperlink'd and then hit ctrl-k....and then simply add in the telnet:// or http:// url. that's it. i also can tell you that, afterwards, when i right click on that object i then see the hyperlink as a menu option and then click it and it opens microsoft windows telnet.exe as the telnet client. i don't recall if i had to do something years ago to make it use the telnet.exe client for those telnet hyperlinks in visio.
i have Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit. Is that what you are asking ?
exactly, there isn't an x64 version of telnet. it's been gone since vista came out. Add to that some changes in Internet Explorer and it became a mess. The solution right now is to use an event double click to call a macro (or add an action item to the menu). This thread should give you a little direction (it uses puTTY rather than telnet, but you can get the idea) http://visguy.com/vgforum/index.php?topic=14.0 al
let's start with the easy one first, are you using Win7 x64 or x86? al
Thanks Al, I see that my version of Visio 2010 is 32-bit. Does this matter? I mean will my 32 bit Visio interact with the version of telnet.exe that is installed in my Windows 7 Pro installation? Aaron
aaron, there were changes in how windows does telnet after xp, and some of it depends on whether you're running x64 or not. Some of the x86 commands don't have an x64 version. How are you calling your hyperlinks. al
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