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  1. Seem pretty simple enough but I can do it properly. So here is the code first: Local $ordi = InputBox( "VNCViewer - Script", "Entrez votre Addresse Ip ou le nom de hote") Run( "C:\Program Files\UltraVNC\vncviewer.exe" & " " & $ordi & " " & "-password 1111") If @error = 1 Then Exit; exit if cancel pressed What happens: when script is started, I press cancel to exit the script but when I do, vnc pop's up. What I want to happen: when cancel is pressed, it exits the script without opening vnc. Again, any help will be appreciated. Thanks guys
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