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Problem with InetGet

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DCocker

Hello,

Firstly, thanks to all the contributors of this forum, I have answered many questions through reading the forums as a guest. However I now have a problem that I can't locate an answer for.

I have some code that I wrote using an older version of AutoIt using the INetGet command, however having upgraded to version v3.3.0.0 the same line of text will not work. I'm sure there is a simple answer to this - like the syntax has changed, but I have been unable to find it. Any help would be much appreciated, here is an example line of the script that doesn't work;

InetGet ("FTP://<USERNAME>:<PASSWORD>@10.0.99.112/LRC/CRC.bmp", "C:\Windows\CRC.bmp", 1, 0)

Again, the script as complied using the older version will still work, where the one comiled with the new version will not.

Thanks Again

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Mikesch

The very line (with different username/pw/address, of course) works perfectly for me, compiled with the most recent version.

Maybe a stupid question, but are you sure your username/password hasn't changed since your earlier version compile?

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DCocker

Thanks for the reply. The username and password are correct. If i run the same script compiled in the older version it works. I am currently downloading the latest version of Autoit to see if that makes any difference.

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DCocker

OK, when the script is compiled in the newest version (v3.3.4.0) it works.

Thanks to Mikesch for the Idea.

Problem solved.

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Mikesch

Glad it helped. Just out of curiosity, which was the version you used before? (the one that didn't work)

Regards,

Mike

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DCocker

Version 3.3.0.0 was the version that did not work.

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