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Can not find script file

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Hi,

Local $sDbUser = @UserName
RunAs("Administrator", @ComputerName, "password", 0, @WindowsDir & '\System32\wscript.exe "' & @WorkingDir & '\login_mysql.vbs" ' & '"' & $sDbUser & '"' , "",@SW_HIDE)

Could anyone tell me why I get "can not find script file" when I put the autoit executable and the vbs file on a mounted network drive while putting it on a local drive does work ?

Thanks

Tim

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

@ macros refer to the local machine, what else? How do you want those macros realize that you use them in a function call to refer to a remote machine?

OK I badly need a couple mugs of heavy coffee

Edited by jchd

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

@ macros refer to the local machine, what else? How do you want those macros realize that you use them in a function call to refer to a remote machine?

when I use a MsgBox to show the path it shows P:\KAV\login_mysql.vbs . The correct path.

Example:

drive P refers to \\servername\appl

so: wscript.exe P:\KAV\login_mysql.vbs

Why would this not work ?

Full Story:

All this in P:\KAV. autoit script to run as Admin. vbs script in same folder. => error : can not find script file "P:\KAV\login_mysql.vbs"

Edited by lowrider2025

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Did you mount the network drive in the administrator account too?

No, I guess that's why it doesn't work. Problem is I have to deploy this vbs script to 50 or so machines. And I want it to run off a network drive. I guess I'll try and convert the vbs script to autoit(exe-file) and write an autoit script that writes a new entry in the registry HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run . Or would someone suggest something faster and easier ? I'm working in a netware environment. Edited by lowrider2025

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