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Hi there! 😃 I've 2 simple scripts: Script 1 starts script 2 Script 1 gets executed with normal user rights (un-elevated) Script 2 contains an #RequireAdmin and therefor can only start elevated I want to read the output of script 2 with script 1 AND have the UAC of script 2 being activated as fullscreen Script 1 (Scripts location is the same as script 2 that I'm running with Run() Local $iPID, $sOutput $iPID = Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & "C:\Entwicklung\Autoit\Test\Temp.exe", @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE, 0x2) ProcessWaitClose($iPID) $sOu
I am new to AutoIT & need to run application with different user credentials. I am using below script with RunAs() but the application is not invoking. #include <AutoItConstants.au3> $sUserName = $CMDLine $sDomain = $CMDLine $sPassword = $CMDLine RunAs($sUserName, $sDomain, $sPassword, $RUN_LOGON_NOPROFILE,"ssms.exe") Kindly assist! Thank you
Hi Only on some Windows 10 PCs do I get the issue that the Run() fails with the @SW_HIDE = Hidden window (or Default keyword) option. Not all Win10 machines, only some, but then consistently. I have put UAC to lowest level, no joy. As if the OS does not allow the hidden window to be created... Seems that @SW_MINIMIZE = Minimized window or @SW_MAXIMIZE = Maximized window does not suffer the same fate. I will have more info in a day or so. Anybody else with similar experience? Skysnake
I have a function that runs a DOS command and returns the output of the command, and it returns the correct data for some commands, bu tnot for others. I've narrowed it down to this: "HELP FIND" returns nothing "HELP DIR" returns several strings of help info. Here's my test code: #include <Constants.au3> test() Func test() Local $sSTDOUT, $cmd $cmd = "C:\Windows\System32\help.exe find" ;$cmd = "C:\Windows\System32\help.exe dir" $sSTDOUT = _RunDosCmd($cmd) ConsoleWrite("+++: $sSTDOUT ==>" & $sSTDOUT & "<==" &