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Execute a file in a container

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Hello,

with a program made with autoIt I use some external files (dll, exe, images,...).

There is a possibility to put those files in a container and execute those files in this container.

It's possible? Any idea?

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Hi,

What about making a forum search?

and so on...


 

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Sorry, but I do a forum search.

It's possible to run an exe with a command line and read the file returned by the exe?

Actually I include the file my exe and when I need to run it, I need to export it to a tem folder and execute it in this folder.

The goal is to don't export to a temp folder but only execute it in a container and the user can't see this exe and the returned file.

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You need to post what you have thus far; your explanation is less than clear.


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To include the exe in my script I actually use this script :

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