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Hello, I am a newcomer here ;)

I wanted to ask about the command line that appears on the proxy explorer window after I run the script by using autoit.

Here is my script :

$DIRPATH = @ScriptDir
$IPADDRESS1 = @IPAddress1
$PROXY = ""
$HOST = "Host: get.nimbuzz.com"
Run(@SystemDir & '\route.exe ADD '& $PROXY &' MASK "' & $IPADDRESS1 & '"', @SystemDir, @SW_HIDE)
Run(@SystemDir & '\route.exe ADD '& $IPSEVER &' MASK "' & $IPADDRESS1 & '"', @SystemDir, @SW_HIDE)
Run(@ScriptDir & '\proxytunnel -a 7070 -p '& $PROXY &':8080 -d '& $IPSEVER &':443 -H "'& $HOST &'"',@ScriptDir , @SW_HIDE)

everything is going well, but I do not want a command that I wrote on the autoit script appears in the Process Explorer window and tooltip like this screenshot :

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Can I disabled with autoit?

Thanks :)

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Please don't bump your post in less than 24 hours. The reason no one is answering is because it's probably because no one knows the answer. What have YOU tried yet? Have you googled the question to see if it's possible?

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