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Hello All,

I am trying to run slaptool from autoit.

The command that I use to run is

RunWait(@COMSPEC & ' /c slaptool.exe -a -s -p -P -o "CN=' & $user[1] ' .OU=USERS.O=DATA.T=IDMAUTH"' & $user[1]'.xml')

I want to import files depending on the variable user[1]. But I am not able to do this.

When I use a static file name, like the code written below it works.

RunWait(@COMSPEC & ' /c slaptool.exe -a -s -p -P -o "CN= joe.OU=USERS.O=DATA.T=IDMAUTH" joe.xml')

Kindly let me know what format should I use to run the command and import file during runtime for the files with variable user[1]

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RunWait(@COMSPEC & ' /c slaptool.exe -a -s -p -P -o "CN=' & $user[1] ' .OU=USERS.O=DATA.T=IDMAUTH"' & $user[1]'.xml')

RunWait(@COMSPEC & ' /c slaptool.exe -a -s -p -P -o "CN=' & $user[1] & ' .OU=USERS.O=DATA.T=IDMAUTH" ' & $user[1] & '.xml')

You are missing a couple of ampersands.

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RunWait(@COMSPEC & ' /c slaptool.exe -a -s -p -P -o "CN=' & $user[1] & ' .OU=USERS.O=DATA.T=IDMAUTH" ' & $user[1] & '.xml')

You are missing a couple of ampersands.

To check what get's handed over to RunWait replace RuNWait with ConsoleWrite and see if you get the correct command string.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

RunWait(@COMSPEC & ' /c slaptool.exe -a -s -p -P -o "CN=' & $user[1] & ' .OU=USERS.O=DATA.T=IDMAUTH" ' & $user[1] & '.xml')

You are missing a couple of ampersands.

Thank you, it worked. :graduated:

Edited by autonoobs

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