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  1. hi i use from Command Line net user /Domain UserID >> C:\temp\sample.txt to request informations about specific Domain User. Now i wil get Password last set, Password expires, password changeable and all Groups from Global Group Membership of this User to display in a MsgBox. With FUNC _readGroups i can check which position is group date of last password set but i don't know how to get needed informations as i wrote at the beginning. Thanks in advance for any hint how can i solve it. #cs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- AutoIt Version: 3.3.14.3 Author: myName Script Function: Template AutoIt script. #ce ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ; Script Start - Add your code below here #include <File.au3> $FilePath=@ScriptDir &"\sample.txt" $StringToSearch="Password last set" $CaseSense=0 $Lines=_FileCountLines($FilePath) $hFile=FileOpen($FilePath,0) $LinesCount=_FileCountLines($FilePath) For $i=0 To Number($Lines) $Test=FileReadLine($hFile,$i) If StringInStr($Test,$StringToSearch,$CaseSense) Then $foundLine = $i _readGroups($foundLine,$LinesCount,$i) ;MsgBox(0,"","The string " & $StringToSearch & " was found on line " & $i) ;MsgBox(0,"","Lines found: " & $LinesCount) ExitLoop EndIf Next FileClose($hFile) FUNC _readGroups($foundLine,$LinesCount,$i) ;For $j=$foundLine To Number($LinesCount) $lLine=FileReadLine($hFile,$i) ;$split = StringSplit($lLine," ") $split = StringSplit(StringStripWS($lLine,1)," ") For $x = 1 To $split[0] MsgBox(0,$x,$split[$x]) Next ;MsgBox(0,"",$split[15]& " " & $split[16]) ;Next EndFunc sample.txt
  2. Hey, I've coma accross a very odd problem. I want to download a CSV-File, and process the contents. This is the extremely simplyfied AutoIT-Code, given the file is already downloaded: $f= @ScriptDir & "\TestFile.csv" $file = FileOpen($f,0) Local $line = FileReadLine($file) MsgBox(0,"",$line) The downloaded CSV file I want to process contains something like this: Artikelnummer;EAN-Code;Artikelname;Artikelgewicht;Beschreibung;Kurzbeschreibung;Eigenschaften;Technische-Daten;Bild1;Bild2;Bild3;Bild4;Bild5;Bild6;Bild7;Bild8;Lieferbar;"Lieferbar Ab";Versandzeit;"UVP-Preis inkl. MwSt.";"Preis1";"Preis2";Hersteller L7335272;5420025602129; Mini Light XLR ;0.1000; JB Systems Schwanenhalsleuchte mit XLR Anschluss. ;;;;http://www.example.com/media/images/org/pic20070114153500a.jpg;;;;;;;;JA;; 1-3 Tage ;12,90;12,90;6,57; JB Systems L3320502;540207025601636; Mini Light LED BNC ;0.1000; JB Systems LED Schwanenhalsleuchte mit BNC Anschluss. ;;;;http://www.example.com/media/images/org/pic20061231171705a.jpg;;;;;;;;JA;; 1-3 Tage ;29,90;25,89;15,26; JB Systems L1332254;542002556023143; Mini Light LED XLR ;0.1000; JB Systems LED Schwanenhalsleuchte mit XLR Anschluss. ;;;;http://www.example.com/media/images/org/pic20061231171728a.jpg;;;;;;;;JA;; 1-3 Tage ;29,90;25,89;15,26; JB Systems L8302591;504200256280277; Spiegelkugel 10cm ;0.5000; JB Systems Spiegelkugel 10cm Durchmesser mit einer hohen Dichte durch 10 x 10 mm Echtglasspiegel. ;;;;http://www.example.com/media/images/org/pic20060324214825a.jpg;;;;;;;;JA;; 1-3 Tage ;5,50;4,90;2,81; JB Systems L7302932;542000256510222; Spiegelkugel 20cm ;0.8400; JB Systems Spiegelkugel 20cm Durchmesser mit einer hohen Dichte durch 10 x 10 mm Echtglasspiegel. ;;;;http://www.example.com/media/images/org/pic20060324214907a.jpg;;;;;;;;JA;; 1-3 Tage ;12,90;11,50;6,58; JB Systems L2350293;534200562064239; Spiegelkugel 30cm ;2.1300; JB Systems Spiegelkugel 30 cm Durchmesser mit einer hohen Dichte durch 10 x 10 mm Echtglasspiegel. ;;;;http://www.example.com/media/images/org/pic20060324214956a.jpg;;;;;;;;JA;; 1-3 Tage ;26,90;23,00;13,72; JB Systems L3302984;545200252024246; Spiegelkugel 40cm ;3.5000; JB Systems Spiegelkugel 40cm Durchmesser mit Sicherungsring und einer hohen Dichte durch 10 x 10 mm Echtglasspiegel. ;;;;http://www.example.com/media/images/org/pic20060324215050a.jpg;;;;;;;;JA;; 1-3 Tage ;54,90;49,00;28,00; JB Systems L9302495;542205056225600; Spiegelkugel 50cm ;5.3900; JB Systems Spiegelkugel 50cm Durchmesser mit Sicherungsring und einer hohen Dichte durch 10 x 10 mm Echtglasspiegel. ;;;;http://www.example.com/media/images/org/pic20060324215122a.jpg;;;;;;;;JA;; 1-3 Tage ;89,00;79,00;45,39; JB Systems But the message box that pops up after FileReadLine contains this: 䅲瑩步汮畭浥爻䕁中䍯摥㭁牴楫敬湡浥㭁牴楫敬来睩捨琻䉥獣桲敩扵湧㭋畲穢敳捨牥楢畮朻䕩来湳捨慦瑥渻呥捨湩獣桥ⵄ慴敮㭂楬搱㭂楬搲㭂楬搳㭂楬搴㭂楬搵㭂楬搶㭂楬搷㭂楬搸㭌楥晥牢慲㬢䱩敦敲扡爠䅢∻噥牳慮摺敩琻≕噐ⵐ牥楳⁩湫氮⁍睓琮∻≐牥楳ㄢ㬢偲敩猲∻䡥牳瑥汬敲ੌ㜳㌵㈷㈻㔴㈰〲㔶〲ㄲ㤻M楮椠䱩杨琠塌刀㬰⸱〰〻J䈠卹獴敭猠卣桷慮敮桡汳汥畣桴攠浩琠塌删䅮獣桬畳献;㬻㭨瑴瀺⼯睷眮數慭灬攮捯洯浥摩愯業慧敳⽯牧⽰楣㈰〷〱ㄴㄵ㌵〰愮橰朻㬻㬻㬻㭊䄻㬀ㄭ㌠呡来;ㄲⰹ〻ㄲⰹ〻㘬㔷㬀䩂⁓祳瑥浳 I've attached both files I use. My guess is, that there's something wrong with the encoding, but I'm not sure how to fix it. Thank you very much for your help - virhonestum Encodingtester.au3 TestFile.csv
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