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i need help autoit and xcalcs

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seven77

script make the new user and create the folder but xcalcs.exe or .vds no set permisions for new user

possible set quota from autoit?

$username = InputBox( "username", "User Name: " )
$password = InputBox( "password", "Password: " )


Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & 'Net User ' & $username & " " & $password & " /add", "", @SW_HIDE)
Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & "Net Localgroup Users " & $username & " /add", "", @SW_HIDE)


DirCreate("D:\" & $username)

RunWait("c:\scipt\XCACLS.vbs D:\" & $username & '/T /E /G,'& $username &':f' )



; Set Quota

; ????
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martin

script make the new user and create the folder but xcalcs.exe or .vds no set permisions for new user

possible set quota from autoit?

$username = InputBox( "username", "User Name: " )
$password = InputBox( "password", "Password: " )


Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & 'Net User ' & $username & " " & $password & " /add", "", @SW_HIDE)
Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & "Net Localgroup Users " & $username & " /add", "", @SW_HIDE)


DirCreate("D:\" & $username)

RunWait("c:\scipt\XCACLS.vbs D:\" & $username & '/T /E /G,'& $username &':f' )



; Set Quota

; ????

I know nothing about xcalc or setting permissions, but maybe you should have a space after the user name befor '/T..' like this

RunWait("c:\scipt\XCACLS.vbs D:\" & $username & ' /T /E /G,' & $username &':f' )

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