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  1. We have AutoIt code that performs a connection to an MS SQL database running SQL server 2012, tls 1.0. It has worked successfully for years. Today, our IT department migrated our database to a new server that is running SQL server 2016, tls 1.2. Now our connection string is no longer working. Here is the original that was working in SQL server 2012 $sConnStr = "DRIVER={SQL Server};SERVER=servername,port;DATABASE=dbname;UID=user;PWD=pass" When that would run on the new server in SQL server 2016. We are getting the error [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][DBNETLIB]SS
  2. I had problem differentiating drives of system and External drives as they're both of same type - "FIXED" when using DriveGetDrive and DriveGetType, so managed to make a small script to detect External ones. Im a newb, so you may will find silly, unnecessary code which could have been done better with smart work instead of hard work, if you know what i mean #include <Array.au3> Local $drivelist = DriveGetDrive("FIXED"), $addspace = 0, $getspace, $systemdrives, $externaldrives ;~ _ArrayDisplay($drivelist) findexthdd() Func findexthdd() RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & 'wmic diskd
  3. Hello everybody! Here i am with a new, small but usefull UDF. This UDF is for managing 'special' Arrays: When adding elements, then deleting elements in the middle, then the last elements's ID are not changed, i mean they are not shifted You will ask: Why!? For example: You are managing a TreeView in your program, and you want to associate some data (other than simple numbers, like file paths ...) with the TreeViewItem. I don't know any function to do that, but all you can do, is associate a simple number with a TreeViewItem (_GuiCtrlTreeView_SetItemParam). So, you store the data in a sim
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