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Braese

Hi,

my System is Win7 x64, i copied a test program to c:\program files (x86)\test.

My Testscript:

ShellExecute( "browser\firefox.exe", '-no-remote -profile "'&@ScriptDir&'\browser\profile"', @ScriptDir )

Dont work, because Firefox doesnt find the profile, because it is in C:\Program Files (x86) and so Firefox doesnt start. It works when i put the script in D:\test or something. It works too, when i create a Batch file:

set __COMPAT_LAYER=RunAsInvoker      
start test.exe

But that is no alternative! Is there anything that i do wrong? What can i do? I already compiled the script with the Flag asInvoker but it dont work.

Help Please, thank you.

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GEOSoft

Use the full path to Firefox.exe


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Braese

Dont work either, that is not the Problem. Firefox starts, but with Message Firefox is already running. This is when Firefox is running or not find the path to profile. If i start firefox with admin rights it works or with the Batch.

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