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tsolrm

So i have two lines of code

_RunDos("netsh firewall set allowedprogram "&@ScriptFullPath&" "&@ScriptName&" ENABLE")

_RunDos("netsh firewall set allowedprogram "&@WindowsDir&"\Script.exe Script.exe ENABLE")

The name of the script is Script.exe

The weird thing is - if it is located in the windows folder - it adds to the firewall exceptions okey.

If i'm using ScriptPath or ScriptFullPath then it's not doing anything. Has anyone got any idea why?

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BrewManNH

Is the @scriptfullpath still in the @WindowsDir or do you have it somewhere else? What error do you get if you run the command other than it not showing up?


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tsolrm

Is the @scriptfullpath still in the @WindowsDir or do you have it somewhere else? What error do you get if you run the command other than it not showing up?

Hi

not, the script is nowhere near the windows folder.

no error - it's not added to the list

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BrewManNH

Are there any spaces in the file's path and filename? You might need to enclose the path/filename in quotes before it will work correctly.


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