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I haven't used auto it for an while and i wonder if u would help me with the following question.

I wan't tot give users an inputbox for username and password..

i now use and command in the dosbox.. which sets 2 variables and then connects net use command with these variables.

@echo off

IF "%1"=="" GOTO GeenUsername

IF "%2"=="" GOTO Geenpassword

set username=%1

set password=%2

net use U: /delete /yes

net use T: /delete /yes

net use P: /delete /yes

net use M: /delete /yes

net use U: \\rshome\%username% /user:%username%@pr.ds %password%

net use T: \\Prod.ds\AppData /user:%username%@pr.ds %password%

goto end

I would like to prompt the user fr username and pasword but i can't get it to work..

Can annyone help me?

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Here is a small (untested) example how you could do it using InputBox:

$username = InputBox("Enter Username", "Username","", " M", Default, 130) ; Input is mandatory
If @error Then Exit
$password = InputBox("Enter Password", "Password", "", "*M", Default, 130) ; Input is mandatory
If @error Then Exit
ShellExecuteWait("net use U: /delete /yes")
; ... Rest of your code

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