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Anyone using Windows server to run mutliple instances of autoit at the same time? I'm having issues with this

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I'm using windows server 2008 to run mutliple instances of autoit on different user accounts and its giving weird performance when i run more than one, like its not functional it just does weird things and repeatedly runs the same script with me not even being able to kill it from the command line (essentially its completely unusable).. from my understanding windows server should be able to handle this, I've used other macros programs in this way and it was fine.. just wondering if anyone has done this before and if you also experienced problems.. thanks

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Welcome to the forum!

What does your script do? I mean: which particular code could be causing such interaction? Can you reproduce similar unexpected interaction with a simple® script you would be able to post here so that we can test it?


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SQL tutorial (covers "generic" SQL, but most of it applies to SQLite as well)
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SQLite official website with full documentation (may be newer than the SQLite library that comes standard with AutoIt)

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