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  1. I have an application that due to strange architecture will NOT uninstall as the system account. As such, I have to pass credentials in order to uninstall it. The commands I am trying run to accomplish this do not generate any errors, but they're not actually completing successfully. The $XUser and $XPass are defined as Local variables inside my function and are the username and password for a local admin account. I have tried these variants on the command with no success: RunAsWait($XUser, @ComputerName, $XPass, $RUN_LOGON_NOPROFILE, "MsiExec.exe /x {DB7DE612-0D4F-49B5-B6B3-A42340856F7D} /qn") RunAsWait($XUser, @ComputerName, $XPass, $RUN_LOGON_NOPROFILE, @ComSpec & " /k " & "MsiExec.exe /x {DB7DE612-0D4F-49B5-B6B3-A42340856F7D} /qn") Simply calling "MsiExec.exe /x {DB7DE612-0D4F-49B5-B6B3-A42340856F7D} /qn" from a command prompt removes the software, so I know that command and GUID are correct. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. I have this psexec command working fine Local $sMachine = InputBox("Input PC name", "Enter Computer Name") psexec \\$sMachine -u $sDomain\$sUserName -p $sPassword \\NetworkFLD\FILENAME.cmd > C:\Temp\TT\My.log I wanted to converted to AutoIT script Cloud you help, please !?
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