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Is it just me or everybody else is getting this too? When I run this, with an interface. As soon as I type my command to $input1 and press the button; the command prompt open and close in 1sec. Anyways to make it stay?

;where $input1 I can type the command line I want;
 
RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & "net send * " & GUICtrlRead($input1))

Msgbox(0, "Hate", "Just hate it when I post a question and find my own answer after a couple tries. But if I don't post the question, I can't seem to resolve it at all.")

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JLogan3o13

Yes, change your " /c " to " /k "


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water

/c stands for "close" and /k for "keep".


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Queener

thanks, was going to ask that... I have a script to change the pc name. I haven't try it so won't know for sure if it work, but planning to test it in a bit. Still thinking how it works...

$NewName = GUICtrlRead($ChangeName) ;What you want to change to
$RemotePC = GUICtrlRead($CheckName)  ; Current PC Name

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /k " & "netdom renamecomputer " & $RemotePC & " /newname:" & $NewName & "/userd whocare\aq47 /passwordd Immortal /reboot 03 /FORCE")

If anybody got a better ideas, post it here.

EDIT:

Nope, it doesn't work.

Seems like it doesn't take multiple quotes and &.

Edited by asianqueen

Msgbox(0, "Hate", "Just hate it when I post a question and find my own answer after a couple tries. But if I don't post the question, I can't seem to resolve it at all.")

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