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Windows 7 Script problem

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Hello Guys,

I have created a script to run a .exe file, The script complies and when ran on the Target pc, Only message I get is from Windows 7 asking if the program installed correctly. However the .exe is never called. This script works on windows xp computers, just not for windows 7.

; Fill in the username and password appropriate for your system.
Local $sUserName = "na"
Local $sPassword = "na"
; Application name
Local $Application = "C:UsersPublicDocumentsstart.exe"
; Create command line and call RunAs
Local $Command = $Application
Local $pid = RunAsWait($sUserName, @ComputerName, $sPassword, 0, $Command)
Anyone have any ideas? I am sorta new to Scripting and not sure why this will not work.

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does start.exe touch any files that do not have fully qualified file paths   like (run thisprog.exe) assuming the same path as the executable start.exe?   because you don't have a working path in your run statement it'll default to c:windowssystem32.  Hope this helps. 

What does start.exe actually do?

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