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About wscript.exe and vbs

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Hi all...

I want to ask for your help. I'm having trouble with the script that I created. how do I get the location of the vbs file that runs with the runtime wscript.exe? because I wanted to get it from running wscript.exe process. please help me. thanks.. :)

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And the part of your question that relates to AutoIt is..?


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when wscript.exe running in the process, how to make Autoit script to get the location of the file? :)

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when wscript.exe running in the process, how to make Autoit script to get the location of the file? :)

I think the vbscript would assume the pid of the wscript.exe. so I don't think you'd be able to get it that way.

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So this can not? there may be other ways? :) :)

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Other than what?

Search the forum for _WinAPI_GetCommandLineFromPID().


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