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possible work that in autoit?

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seven77

hello is possible that work with autoit?

echo       enter your name
set /p name=%name%
echo       enter your password
set /p password=%password%



net use z: \\server\%name%\files /user:%name% %password% /y /persistent:yes

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water

Short answer: Yes

Long answer: Create a GUI with two input boxes and run the command. See GUICreate, GUICtrlCreateInput and RunWait

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Juvigy

He doesnt need to crete GUI's - just use inputbox() function

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seven77

Short answer: Yes

Long answer: Create a GUI with two input boxes and run the command. See GUICreate, GUICtrlCreateInput and RunWait

any example?

tnx

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Juvigy

$answer = InputBox("Question", "Where were you born?","defoult answer", "",-1, -1, 0, 0)

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seven77

i have 1 problem

$user = InputBox("user Login", "User name","", "",-1, -1, 0, 0)
$password=inputbox("User Login", "password","", "",-1, -1, 0, 0)
DriveMapAdd("w:", "\\service\ftp", 1, $user, $password)

what is wronk here?

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Nutster

I have 1 problem

$user = InputBox("user Login", "User name","", "",-1, -1, 0, 0)
$password=inputbox("User Login", "password","", "",-1, -1, 0, 0)
DriveMapAdd("w:", "\\service\ftp", 1, $user, $password)

what is wrong here?

What is the problem? What error message are you getting? Can you map to the share under Windows normally?

I would leave out the extra parameters. I don't know why you are putting the InputBox at the top-left corner. I would recommend instead:

$user = InputBox("User Login", "Please enter your user name.")
$password = InputBox("User Login", "Please enter your password","", "*")
DriveMapAdd("w:", "\\service\ftp", 1, $user, $password)

I tend to not want to show passwords on the screen as they are typed in, hence the star in the second password field. You could tell DriveMapAdd to ask for authentication if needed.

DriveMapAdd("W:", "\\service\ftp", 9)
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seven77

yes but i need to map drive in username folder

eg user name user1 and script create map \\service\ftp\user1 i dont know how set variable here

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Scriptonize

yes but i need to map drive in username folder

eg user name user1 and script create map \\service\ftp\user1 i dont know how set variable here

To combine your string with a var:

\\service\ftp\" & $User

If you learn from It, it's not a mistake

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seven77

tnx now work !!

$user = InputBox("User Login", "Please enter your user name.")
$password = InputBox("User Login", "Please enter your password","", "*")
DriveMapAdd("w:", "\\service\" & $User , 1, $user, $password)

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