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  1. So I'm writing a post install script for my Win7 boxes, and I log in as a local user the first time to do some things that only seem to work from within a user account. I want to check that the domain join succeeded or try it again, but the obvious @LogonDomain or @LogonDNSDomain only show if the account currently logged in is part of the domain - which it isn't. How can I check the domain name from a local user account? If I right click on Computer and go to Properties, it says "Domain" and shows the domain name "example.com"... I want to check "example.com" against a value, but I'm not sure
  2. Simple script that took me about 15 minutes. I built it for a friend but thought someone else could use it.. Just make sure you compile it as 64bit if you have a 64bit system which most of you using windows 7 do. #Region ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** #AutoIt3Wrapper_Icon=HWandHank.ico #AutoIt3Wrapper_UseUpx=n #AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=y #EndRegion ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** #cs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- AutoIt Version: 3.3.10.2 Author: Mike Kovacic Script Function: Set windows 7 to
  3. Hi All, I have written some script that scans every folder down from a given directory and determines if any new folders have come into existence. I used it to scan a release server to determine when new revisions of source have been compiled into a stable version. If the script does not detect any new files, it Exits with Exit Code 1 (This is so that Jenkins knows to fail the given job, and not continue to the next job). When I test the code on my local machine, a Windows 7 unit, Everything works normally and the exit code exits as "1", however when I run it on my windows 8 test system,
  4. I could not find a User account script on these forums that was satisfactory, a On/Off setting is quite useless if it cant be configured, so i wrote this up. Should work on both x64 and x86 compiled scripts. Windows7 and Vista. Functions: Example: Script:
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