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Necromorph

any ideas why this isn't deleting the file $tEmpDir?

;Keyfinder by thomas malkewitz mcp mcdst

$tEmpDir = ("C:\" & @ComputerName & ".txt")
$tKeyLog = FileOpen("c:\Keys.txt", 1)

    
FileInstall("keyfinder.exe", @TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
ShellExecute(@TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
WinWait("Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder v2.0.1")
Send("!f")
Send("s")
Sleep(500)
ControlSend("Save As", "", "[CLASS:Edit; INSTANCE:1]", $tEmpDir)
Sleep(500)
Send("{ENTER}")
Sleep(500)
WinWaitClose("Save As")
ProcessClose("Tempkeyfinder.exe")
FileOpen($tEmpDir, 0)
$tKeys = FileRead($tEmpDir)
FileWrite($tKeyLog, @CR & @ComputerName & @CRLF & $tKeys)
FileClose($tKeyLog)
FileClose($tEmpDir)
FileDelete($tEmpDir)
FileDelete(@TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
Exit

thanks.

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Beege

Mabey try and do some more error checking.

Make sure file exists:

If not FileExists($tEmpDir) then Msgbox(0,'','file does not exist')

Make sure file closed properly.

If Not FileClose($tEmpDir) then Msgbox(0,'','error closing file')

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Necromorph

thanks for the tip

i did try this, and it is getting an error on "closing the file" do i need a sleep command, or something in there?

thanks

$varDir = "C:\"
$varFile = $varDir & @ComputerName & ".txt"
$varKeyFile = FileOpen("c:\Keys.txt", 1)

FileInstall("keyfinder.exe", @TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
ShellExecute(@TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
WinWait("Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder v2.0.1")
Send("!f")
Send("s")
Sleep(500)
ControlSend("Save As", "", "[CLASS:Edit; INSTANCE:1]", $varFile)
Sleep(500)
Send("{ENTER}")
Sleep(500)
WinWaitClose("Save As")
ProcessClose("Tempkeyfinder.exe")
Sleep(250)
FileOpen($varFile, 0)
    While 1
        $varKeys = FileRead($varFile)
        FileWrite($varKeyFile, @CRLF & @ComputerName & @CRLF & $varKeys)
        ExitLoop
    WEnd
FileClose($varFile)
FileClose($varKeyFile)
FileDelete($varFile)
    If FileClose($varFile) Then
        FileDelete(@TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
    Else
        MsgBox(0, "redLabel keyFinder", "error closing file")
    EndIf
Exit
Edited by redLabel

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Necromorph

well, i got it to work. im still not sure why, but if i assign a $var to the FileOpen($varFile), then it works, here is the code

$varDir = "C:\"
$varFile = $varDir & @ComputerName & ".txt"
$varKeyFile = FileOpen("c:\Keys.txt", 1)

FileInstall("keyfinder.exe", @TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
    If FileExists($varFile) Then
        FileDelete($varFile)
    EndIf
ShellExecute(@TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
WinWait("Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder v2.0.1")
Send("!f")
Send("s")
Sleep(500)
ControlSend("Save As", "", "[CLASS:Edit; INSTANCE:1]", $varFile)
Sleep(500)
Send("{ENTER}")
Sleep(500)
WinWaitClose("Save As")
ProcessClose("Tempkeyfinder.exe")
Sleep(250)
$varFileOpen = FileOpen($varFile, 0)
$varKeys = FileRead($varFile)
FileWrite($varKeyFile, @CRLF & @ComputerName & @CRLF & $varKeys)
FileClose($varFileOpen)
FileDelete($varFile)
FileDelete(@TempDir & "keyfinder.exe")
Exit

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AdmiralAlkex

well, i got it to work. im still not sure why, but if i assign a $var to the FileOpen($varFile), then it works, here is the code

How can you NOT be sure? The helpfile clearly say for FileClose:

The handle of a file, as returned by a previous call to FileOpen.

Not a single word there or in FileOpen about any filename.

Seriously, use the helpfile next time, or you will find that more and more people will ignore you.

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