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Hellouser

HI All

I have an application("Client.exe") which is already installed in all the machines in the network. Now i have done modification in the client exe and i want to upgrade the same exe file in all machine in the network.Old exe file running in the current machine .When i am killing the existing process, automatically the program got closed .Becasue of this i have to run the upgraded exe file 2 times.

Team, Is there any way to upgrade the same exe file without closing the existing same exe file.

Below are my code :

Can somebody help me ?

Here process Name is :Client.exe

If ProcessExists($Process_Name) <> 0 Then

FileSetAttrib(@SystemDir & "\" & $Process_Name, "-RSH")

FileSetAttrib(@WindowsDir & "\" & $Process_Name, "-RSH")

FileDelete(@SystemDir & "\" & $Process_Name)

FileDelete(@WindowsDir & "\" & $Process_Name)

;ProcessClose($Process_Name)

Else

FileSetAttrib(@SystemDir & "\" & $Process_Name, "-RSH")

FileSetAttrib(@WindowsDir & "\" & $Process_Name, "-RSH")

FileDelete(@SystemDir & "\" & $Process_Name)

FileDelete(@WindowsDir & "\" & $Process_Name)

EndIf

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GEOSoft

If the process exists then the file is in use. You can not perform any file actions (FileDelete) on an in use file.


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