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redMark

Hi All,

I have gone through all the documents and search engines to find out how to do this. Basically what i want to do is to access a file from a local server with authentication and then copy a file from the server and place it in the local machine which is running the script. I dont know how to access the server and enter the credentials so that it can get the file.

The script should be able to access the server "\\<IP>", enter usernames and passwords and then access a local file.

please help and let me know the function that is required to call. thanking in advance.

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redMark

You are not going to be able to do something like this with on native function call.

It will require you to learn autoit, and create a script using multiple different functions to suit your needs.

thanks for the post.

I am using AutoIt, also getting the hang of it. have written some scripts as well from it. But I need to know what way i should take to get this thing in play/work. can you just let me know how can i connect to a server using authentication parameters and access server files, using AutoIT. thanks.

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JohnOne

To be honest I have no idea about servers and the like

the last time I hade to log into one it was via internet and was

"http://username:password@www.server.com:1234".

If you ask a more specific question, about a specific server, and perhaps show some code you have tried, you will quicker get help from someone who knows what they are talking about.

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