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  1. As of May 12th, 2020 - I no longer do much coding at all. If you have any questions about this software please post your questions in the main support forum. The Vollatran Project - Application Installer tool I've been running a PM thread for a while for a script that performs batch type application installs on PCs. I'm not the original author of the script (My hat goes off to Kennedy for the original work!) but I have taken his wonderful work and tweaked it to my needs. Screenshot example: Version of AutoIt required: (or later) Main Script: ;Notes:
  2. Hello All, I'm hoping someone can help. I am having issue converting some of my DOS batch files to use this script, all of the software packages are installing okay but I cannot for example get it to import a registry file or copy files to the desktop. Any advice will be most greatfully received. Thanks in advance, Tom.
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