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  1. WHAT : is .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) Framework The Common Language Runtime (CLR) is a an Execution Environment . Common Language Runtime (CLR)'s main tasks are to convert the .NET Managed Code to native code, manage running code like a Virtual Machine, and also controls the interaction with the Operating System. As part of Microsoft's .NET Framework, the Common Language Runtime (CLR) is managing the execution of programs written in any of several supported languages. Allowing them to share common object-oriented classes written in any of the languages. HOW : To access the CLR environment you need to create an Appdomain Object - _CLR_GetDefaultDomain() An AppDomain provides an isolated region in which code runs inside of an existing process. Application domains provide an isolation boundary for security, reliability, and versioning, and for unloading assemblies. Application domains are typically created by runtime hosts, which are responsible for bootstrapping the common language runtime before an application is run. WHEN : Would you use CLR Runtime Hosts 1. To access .NET Class Libraries : System System.Collections System.Data System.Drawing System.IO System.Text System.Threading System.Timers System.Web System.Web.Services System.Windows.Forms System.Xml 2. Accessing custom build .Net Assemblies : Some Examples (but there are a ton out there) AutoItX3 - The .NET Assembly for using AutoItX JSonToXML libr. XMLRPC Libr. .NETPDF libr. .NETOCR Libr WInSCP Libr. ... 3. To Compile .Net Code into an Assembly 4. To Run C# or VB.net Code 5. To Mix AU3 and .Net functionality in your Application WHERE : To find documentation about CLR First of all you can find a lot on MSDN and here : Post 4 & Post 6 EXAMPLES : Multiple examples included in Zip !! Example : “System.Text.UTF8Encoding” Example : “System.IO.FileInfo” Example : “System.Windows.Forms” Example : AutoItX3 Custom .NET Assembly AutoItX Example : Compile Code C# and Code VB Example : Compile Code C# at Runtime WHO : Created the CLR.au3 UDF All credits go to : Danyfirex / Larsj / Trancexx / Junkew TO DO : The library is still Work in Process … (Some of the GUI Controls are not yet working as expected...) Anyone is free to participate in contributing to get the bugs resolved and to expand the CLR.au3 functionality ... Enjoy !! DOWNLOADS : (Last updated) - added CLR Constants.au3 - Danyfirex - Global Constants added (Magic numbers) - added .NET CLR CreateObject vs ObjCreate Example.au3 - Junkew • 2 approaches give the same result (only valid for COM Visible Assembly) • Includes a function that shows you which Assembly Classes are COM Visible - added .Net Conventional COM Objects Examples - ptrex - added .NET CLR CreateComInstanceFrom Example - Danyfirex - You can use it for Regfree COM Assembly Access - System.Activator has 4 methods : • CreateComInstanceFrom : Used to create instances of COM objects. • CreateInstanceFrom : Used to create a reference to an object from a particular assembly and type name. • GetObject : Used when marshaling objects. • CreateInstance : Used to create local or remote instances of an object. - added .NET Access SafeArrays Using AccVarsUtilities Example - LarsJ - added SafeArray Utilities functions in Includes - LarsJ - added .NET Access Native MSCorLib Classes - System - ptrex Multiple System Class Examples : • System.Random • System.DateTime • System.Diagnostics.PerformanceCounter • System.IO.FileInfo • System.Int32 • System.Double • System.Speech • System.Web - added Third Party Assembly Access - ptrex • WinSCP : https://winscp.net/eng/download.php • IonicZip : http://dotnetzip.codeplex.com/ CLRv3a.zip .NET CLR Framework for AutoIT.pdf
  2. This baby can do almost any language! I found Gleany on this site and set it up on a fresh win10 install. all i would need to do to make it build an exe of the search files app we discovered is the .NET Target Framework download to build 100 % but the exe works and generates! You also need to add the path the the version of csc.exe that you want to run. MSBuild is part of .NET and can read your .csproj file. YOU can develop .NET OR C/C++ on this baby! Super lightweight (fit for crappy laptops), and you can use any dev compilers you wish, Ming, MS, etc, whatever. To use the build, you need to open the csproj file, else, to check your syntax it can compile individual files as well. The warning are because I do not have the .NET 4.6 Targeting Pack installed... LOL, and I could get rid of the Core warning, yes, I did not want to build a .NET Core.dll I wanted a live x64 exe! Told you MSBUILD could handle .CSPROJ, .VBPROJ, and all others Microsoft. Don't let Visual Code or Visual Studio slow you down, although, this works with Visual Code as well but there is only debugging in CORE.DLL projects ListFiles Example.zip
  3. AutoIT AU3info doeas not detect all gui objects uniquely for .NET GUIs developed in C#. this is not working now i am using COM windows approach for this, But its very difficult. Please let me know if anyone has done it before.
  4. The following files are provided to allow .NET use: AutoItX3.Assembly.dll - The .NET Assembly for using AutoItX.AutoItX3.Assembly.xml - The Visual Studio Intellisense help file for the .NET Assembly.AutoItX3.dll - The main AutoItX DLL (x86)AutoItX3_x64.dll - The main AutoItX DLL (x64)Using the Assembly from VB/C# within in Visual Studio is very easy: Add a reference to AutoItX3.Assembly.dll to your projectAdd a using AutoIt; statement in the files you want to use AutoIt functionsWrite code like this C# example:using AutoIt; ... // Wow, this is C#! AutoItX.Run("notepad.exe"); AutoItX.WinWaitActive("Untitled"); AutoItX.Send("I'm in notepad"); IntPtr winHandle = AutoItX.WinGetHandle("Untitled"); AutoItX.WinKill(winHandle);Distribute your final executable with the files AutoItX3.Assembly.dll, AutoItX3.dll, AutoItX3_x64.dll.
  5. Hi everyone, I was previously a member of this forum under the username Wombat. It's been years and multiple email accounts closed since then so I decided to start fresh and take a moment to thank you all... (Admins/Mods let me know if we need to discuss this...) I started programming with AutoIT while working as a scrap catcher for a machine that chopped scrap into pieces for easier moving, I learned styles and gained strengths from some of the best members on this forum by reverse engineering their code. I gained the confidence of our IT manager by making a boast that I could write an application to replace a p.o.s. cobalt based app we were using on the floor at that time, needless to say I was way in over my head but he saw that I had potential and I luckily had built several other apps on the side that were of equal or greater value to the company. I've been working as help-desk for the past 3 years and writing software as well to facilitate the help desk and solve recurring issues with our users. I was given an office and moved out of help-desk about a year ago, after 5 years of hard work I've actually landed the title of Jr. Developer moving into mid level title/pay this year! The company has already set out an improvement path that sees me with 4 certs and a bachelors in 4 more years making great money. Before this I had only ever worked at gas stations, fast food and manual labor jobs. If you're ever worried about your life, want something more, or just want a change you can do it. It's not easy, not at all, but it's possible and software programming is a very rewarding field if you like to make things and see how others interact with them. I utilized AutoIT to bring a company into the twenty-first century, away from paper trails and sticky notes improving the quality of life for the employees on the floor (where I started before learning AutoIT). I was given the go ahead to purchase visual studio and I learned VB.Net and built an awesome piece of Zebra labeling software (Utilizing ZPL code translated froma graphical editor) for our shipping department. Now I'm diving head first into C# and we have another programmer on board as we move on to MS Team Services and begin to tackle a sweet new project involving real time awareness of our product on the factory floor utilizing RFID and windows 10 tablets. That's a long way to come in just 4 years, and I couldn't have done it without the gigantic heart this community has and the mentorship provided for people looking to get into programming. So from the bottom of my heart, with immense respect.... Thank you so much AutoIT community
  6. I turned to Autoit from AHK just because it support WinForm Application so well. The problem often haunts me that all the application in my job is WinForm. And it indeed help my work so much. Great thanks in advance. However, I can't get the ToolTip text in the application of my company. Specifically,now I want to get the information about some data, however the information is all displayed in the tooltip on the scatter diagram which is made of those data. Is there any advice ? Relative topics I have searched can't get any information about the winform tooltip...
  7. Hello! I have a script in autoit which I made yesterday and Im still getting the hang of autoit My question is, is there anyone here who would be able to explain how the convertion would go between AutoIt and C# when it comes to these lines of code, would I need to declare an array to show the $x & $y position? Also The LC is a function I have a bit down the code While (Not($it_full)) $pixels = PixelSearch(257, 181, 276, 202,0xA19695,10) ;Check color If NOT(@error) Then LC($pixels[0],$pixels[1]) EndIf $pixels = PixelSearch(693, 479, 729, 504,0x000001,3) ;Search If NOT(@error) Then ; MsgBox(0,"Title","Found It!") $it_full = True Sleep(8000) EndIf WEnd
  8. Want to call .net func _Help::ShowHelpIndex.Here is the link in msdn:https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us//library/system.windows.forms.help.showhelpindex. I wrote the script below: $dll = DllOpen("C:\Program Files\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework\.NETFramework\v4.0\System.Windows.Forms.dll") $result = DllCall($dll, "none", "ShowHelpIndex","HWND", 0,"wstr","D:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt3CHS.chm") _check_result() DllClose($dll) Func _check_result() If @error Then ConsoleWrite(">--|error:=" & @error & "|--<") ConsoleWrite(@LF) Else ConsoleWrite(">--|$result:=" & $result[0] & "|--<") ConsoleWrite(@LF) EndIf EndFunc Can someone give some advices? tks in advance
  9. Hello everyone! I would like to know (with a AutoIT function/UDF) if an executable is coded in .Net or not. I know that is possible but I don't know how. May you help me?
  10. I've run into something peculiar, which I haven't been able to find more info on with the search. The issue is a dropdownbox-control which I want to click, in a .NET program. The Class changes for everytime it is run. When I do a normal ControlClick, nothing happens and it exits with 0. I tried ControlClick referencing the control with [NAME:] and/or with [TEXT:] but that does not work. However, if right before the ControlClick, I do a ControlGetHandle statement, then the ControlClick will suddenly work after all... The window title stays the same, and there is only 1 control with that text. Example: ControlClick("Navigator","","[TEXT:Raster]") does not work. Returns with 0. ---- ControlGetHandle("Navigator","","[TEXT:Raster]") Returns with 1. ControlClick("Navigator","","[TEXT:Raster]") works and returns with 1. Why is this happening? I'm glad it works, but I get the feeling I'm doing something in a wrong way.
  11. This is a repost from http://www.d3scene.com/forum/development/82572-tutorial-use-autoit-vb-net.html that I came across today. I don't think it is cross posted here already doing a search for .NET related stuff here. Please move to appropriate forum if posted to wrong one (e.g. ActiveX/COM Help and Support (AutoItX) or General Help and Support). If already duplicated here, please delete. Thought it deserves a copy here w/o having users to register over at the source forum to see it. I've yet to personally try the example though, plan to soon. Perhaps a good idea to later on provide the C# version of code snippet for comparison purposes. Original post info modified for clarity: Imports AutoItX3Lib Public Class MainForm Dim AutoitCommand As New AutoItX3 Private Sub StartButton_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles StartButton.Click AutoitCommand.Run("notepad.exe") AutoitCommand.WinWait("Untitled - Notepad") AutoitCommand.Send("This text sent to notepad by autoit functions{ENTER}Have Fun") AutoitCommand.Sleep(1000) AutoitCommand.WinKill("Untitled - Notepad") End End Sub End Class AutoItX3_x86.rar AutoItX3_x64.rar
  12. Ever wondered how to interact with your compiled .NET assembly and AutoIt script using COM? Then look no further, as I try to explain in simple terms the approach at which to achieve this. The code (AutoIt): As quite a few of you know, I am against the use of Global variables, as more often than not a simple approach such as encapsulating a Local Static variable in a wrapper function is just as good. Some may point out the use of the enumeration, but this is only for the purposes of doing away with "magic numbers", with the chances to expand in the future and not having to remember which number represents what etc... To create the .NET dll: In Visual Studio select a new project and class library. From there, go ahead and rename the namespace and class to something meaningful as you will need it later on when you connect to the COM interface of your .NET assembly. Add [ComVisible(true)] above the class declaration line << IMPORTANT. Once you've added all your wonderful C# related code, build the assembly and copy the .dll file to the location of your AutoIt script. Then it's just as simple as calling the _DotNet_Load() function with the filename of the .dll and voila, you have the power of AutoIt and .NET in one script. Example use of Functions: #include <File.au3> Global Const $DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX = 0, $DOTNET_REGASM_OK = 0 Global Enum $DOTNET_LOADDLL, $DOTNET_UNLOADDLL, $DOTNET_UNLOADDLLALL ; Enumeration used for the _DotNet_* functions. Global Enum $DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH, $DOTNET_PATHS_GUID, $DOTNET_PATHS_MAX ; Enumeration used for the internal filepath array. #cs NOTE: Don't forget to add [ComVisible(true)] to the top of the class in the class library. Otherwise it won't work. #ce Example() ; A simple example of registering and unregistering the AutoIt.dll Func Example() If _DotNet_Load('AutoIt.dll') Then ; Load the .NET compiled dll. Local $oPerson = ObjCreate('AutoIt.Person') ; Namespace.Class. If IsObj($oPerson) Then $oPerson.Name = "guinness" $oPerson.Age = Random(18, 99, 1) ConsoleWrite('Person''s age => ' & $oPerson.Age & @CRLF) $oPerson.IncreaseAge() ; A silly method to show the encapsulation of the object around the Age property. ConsoleWrite('Person''s new age => ' & $oPerson.Age & @CRLF) ConsoleWrite($oPerson.ToString() & @CRLF) ; Call the ToString() method which was overriden. Else ConsoleWrite('An error occurred when registering the Dll.' & @CRLF) EndIf Else ConsoleWrite('An error occurred when registering the Dll.' & @CRLF) EndIf ; The dll is automatically unloaded when the application closes. EndFunc ;==>Example ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _DotNet_Load ; Description ...: Load a .NET compiled dll assembly. ; Syntax ........: _DotNet_Load($sDllPath) ; Parameters ....: $sDllPath - A .NET compiled dll assembly located in the @ScriptDir directory. ; $bAddAsCurrentUser - [optional] True or false to add to the current user (supresses UAC). Default is False, all users. ; Return values .: Success: True ; Failure: False and sets @error to non-zero: ; 1 = Incorrect filetype aka not a dll. ; 2 = Dll does not exist in the @ScriptDir location. ; 3 = .NET RegAsm.exe file not found. ; 4 = Dll already registered. ; 5 = Unable to retrieve the GUID for registering as a current user. ; Author ........: guinness ; Remarks .......: With ideas by funkey for running under the current user. ; Example .......: Yes ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _DotNet_Load($sDllPath, $bAddAsCurrentUser = Default) If $bAddAsCurrentUser = Default Then $bAddAsCurrentUser = False Local $bReturn = __DotNet_Wrapper($sDllPath, $DOTNET_LOADDLL, $bAddAsCurrentUser) Return SetError(@error, @extended, $bReturn) EndFunc ;==>_DotNet_Load ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _DotNet_Unload ; Description ...: Unload a previously registered .NET compiled dll assembly. ; Syntax ........: _DotNet_Unload($sDllPath) ; Parameters ....: $sDllPath - A .NET compiled dll assembly located in the @ScriptDir directory. ; Return values .: Success: True ; Failure: False and sets @error to non-zero: ; 1 = Incorrect filetype aka not a dll. ; 2 = Dll does not exist in the @ScriptDir location. ; 3 = .NET RegAsm.exe file not found. ; Author ........: guinness ; Remarks .......: With ideas by funkey for running under the current user. ; Example .......: Yes ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _DotNet_Unload($sDllPath) Local $bReturn = __DotNet_Wrapper($sDllPath, $DOTNET_UNLOADDLL, Default) Return SetError(@error, @extended, $bReturn) EndFunc ;==>_DotNet_Unload ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _DotNet_UnloadAll ; Description ...: Unload all previously registered .NET compiled dll assemblies. ; Syntax ........: _DotNet_UnloadAll() ; Parameters ....: None ; Return values .: Success: True ; Failure: False and sets @error to non-zero: ; 1 = Incorrect filetype aka not a dll. ; 2 = Dll does not exist in the @ScriptDir location. ; 3 = .NET RegAsm.exe file not found. ; 4 = Dll already registered. ; 5 = Unable to retrieve the GUID for registering as a current user. ; Author ........: guinness ; Remarks .......: With ideas by funkey for running under the current user. ; Example .......: Yes ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _DotNet_UnloadAll() Local $bReturn = __DotNet_Wrapper(Null, $DOTNET_UNLOADDLLALL, Default) Return SetError(@error, @extended, $bReturn) EndFunc ;==>_DotNet_UnloadAll ; #INTERNAL_USE_ONLY# =========================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: __DotNet_Wrapper ; Description ...: A wrapper for the _DotNet_* functions. ; Syntax ........: __DotNet_Wrapper($sDllPath, $iType) ; Parameters ....: $sDllPath - A .NET compiled dll assembly located in the @ScriptDir directory. ; $iType - A $DOTNET_* constant. ; Return values .: Success: True ; Failure: False and sets @error to non-zero: ; 1 = Incorrect filetype aka not a dll. ; 2 = Dll does not exist in the @ScriptDir location. ; 3 = .NET RegAsm.exe file not found. ; 4 = Dll already registered. ; 5 = Unable to retrieve the GUID for registering as current user. ; Author ........: guinness ; Remarks .......: ### DO NOT INVOKE, AS THIS IS A WRAPPER FOR THE ABOVE FUNCTIONS. ### ; Remarks .......: With ideas by funkey for running under the current user. ; Related .......: Thanks to Bugfix for the initial idea: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/129164-create-a-net-class-and-run-it-as-object-from-your-autoit-script/?p=938459 ; Example .......: Yes ; =============================================================================================================================== Func __DotNet_Wrapper($sDllPath, $iType, $bAddAsCurrentUser) Local Static $aDllPaths[Ceiling($DOTNET_PATHS_MAX * 1.3)][$DOTNET_PATHS_MAX] = [[0, 0]], _ $sRegAsmPath = Null If Not ($iType = $DOTNET_UNLOADDLLALL) Then If Not (StringRight($sDllPath, StringLen('dll')) == 'dll') Then ; Check the correct filetype was passed. Return SetError(1, 0, False) ; Incorrect filetype. EndIf If Not FileExists($sDllPath) Then ; Check the filepath exists in @ScriptDir. Return SetError(2, 0, False) ; Filepath does not exist. EndIf EndIf If $sRegAsmPath == Null Then $sRegAsmPath = RegRead('HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework', 'InstallRoot') If @error Then $sRegAsmPath = '' ; Set to an empty string to acknowledge that searching for the path happened. Else Local $aFilePaths = _FileListToArray($sRegAsmPath, '*', $FLTA_FOLDERS), _ $sNETFolder = '' If Not @error Then For $i = UBound($aFilePaths) - 1 To 1 Step -1 If StringRegExp($aFilePaths[$i], '(?:[vV]4\.0\.\d+)') Then $sNETFolder = $aFilePaths[$i] ExitLoop ElseIf StringRegExp($aFilePaths[$i], '(?:[vV]2\.0\.\d+)') Then $sNETFolder = $aFilePaths[$i] ExitLoop EndIf Next EndIf $sRegAsmPath &= $sNETFolder & '\RegAsm.exe' If FileExists($sRegAsmPath) Then OnAutoItExitRegister(_DotNet_UnloadAll) ; Register when the AutoIt executable is closed. Else $sRegAsmPath = '' ; Set to an empty string to acknowledge that searching for the path happened. EndIf EndIf EndIf If $sRegAsmPath == '' Then Return SetError(3, 0, False) ; .NET Framework 2.0 or 4.0 required. EndIf Switch $iType Case $DOTNET_LOADDLL Local $iIndex = -1 For $i = $DOTNET_PATHS_MAX To $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] If $sDllPath = $aDllPaths[$i][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] Then Return SetError(4, 0, False) ; Dll already registered. EndIf If $iIndex = -1 And $aDllPaths[$i][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] == '' Then $iIndex = $i ExitLoop EndIf Next If $iIndex = -1 Then $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] += 1 $iIndex = $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] EndIf Local Const $iUBound = UBound($aDllPaths) If $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] >= $iUBound Then ReDim $aDllPaths[Ceiling($iUBound * 1.3)][$DOTNET_PATHS_MAX] EndIf $aDllPaths[$iIndex][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] = $sDllPath $aDllPaths[$iIndex][$DOTNET_PATHS_GUID] = Null If $bAddAsCurrentUser Then ; Idea by funkey, with modification by guinness. Local $sTempDllPath = @TempDir & '\' & $sDllPath & '.reg' If Not (RunWait($sRegAsmPath & ' /s /codebase ' & $sDllPath & ' /regfile:"' & $sTempDllPath & '"', @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE) = $DOTNET_REGASM_OK) Then Return SetError(5, 0, False) ; Unable to retrieve the GUID for registering as current user. EndIf Local Const $hFileOpen = FileOpen($sTempDllPath, BitOR($FO_READ, $FO_APPEND)) If $hFileOpen > -1 Then FileSetPos($hFileOpen, 0, $FILE_BEGIN) Local $sData = FileRead($hFileOpen) If @error Then $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] -= 1 ; Decrease the index due to failure. Return SetError(5, 0, False) ; Unable to retrieve the GUID for registering as current user. EndIf $sData = StringReplace($sData, 'HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT', 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes') FileSetPos($hFileOpen, 0, $FILE_BEGIN) If Not FileWrite($hFileOpen, $sData) Then $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] -= 1 ; Decrease the index due to failure. Return SetError(5, 0, False) ; Unable to retrieve the GUID for registering as current user. EndIf FileClose($hFileOpen) Local $aSRE = StringRegExp($sData, '(?:\R@="{([[:xdigit:]\-]{36})}"\R)', $STR_REGEXPARRAYGLOBALMATCH) If @error Then $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] -= 1 ; Decrease the index due to failure. Return SetError(5, 0, False) ; Unable to retrieve the GUID for registering as current user. EndIf $aDllPaths[$iIndex][$DOTNET_PATHS_GUID] = $aSRE[0] ; GUID of the registry key. RunWait('reg import "' & $sTempDllPath & '"', @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE) ; Import to current users' classes FileDelete($sTempDllPath) EndIf Else Return RunWait($sRegAsmPath & ' /codebase ' & $sDllPath, @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE) = $DOTNET_REGASM_OK ; Register the .NET Dll. EndIf Case $DOTNET_UNLOADDLL For $i = $DOTNET_PATHS_MAX To $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] If $sDllPath = $aDllPaths[$i][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] And Not ($aDllPaths[$i][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] == Null) Then Return __DotNet_Unregister($sRegAsmPath, $aDllPaths[$i][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH], $aDllPaths[$iIndex][$DOTNET_PATHS_GUID]) EndIf Next Case $DOTNET_UNLOADDLLALL Local $iCount = 0 If $sDllPath == Null And $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] > 0 Then For $i = $DOTNET_PATHS_MAX To $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] If Not ($aDllPaths[$i][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] == Null) Then $iCount += (__DotNet_Unregister($sRegAsmPath, $aDllPaths[$i][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH], $aDllPaths[$iIndex][$DOTNET_PATHS_GUID]) ? 1 : 0) EndIf Next $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] = 0 ; Reset the count. Return $iCount == $aDllPaths[$DOTNET_PATHS_INDEX][$DOTNET_PATHS_FILEPATH] EndIf EndSwitch Return True EndFunc ;==>__DotNet_Wrapper Func __DotNet_Unregister($sRegAsmPath, ByRef $sDllPath, ByRef $sGUID) Local $bReturn = RunWait($sRegAsmPath & ' /unregister ' & $sDllPath, @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE) = $DOTNET_REGASM_OK ; Unregister the .NET Dll. If $bReturn Then If Not ($sGUID == Null) Then RegDelete('HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\CLSID\' & $sGUID) ; 32-bit path. RegDelete('HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Wow6432Node\CLSID\' & $sGUID) ; 64-bit path. $sGUID = Null ; Remove item. EndIf $sDllPath = Null ; Remove item. EndIf Return $bReturn EndFunc ;==>__DotNet_UnregisterI look forward to the comments and questions people have on this interesting subject, as well as any suggestions of improvement people might have. The ZIP file contains all related source code for both AutoIt and .NET. Dot-NET Assembly in AutoIt.zip