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Better way to include functions

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I have several scripts running on different machines in the office. All common functions are in separate file that always included in the scripts.

Whenever I change/improve any common function I have to recompile all scripts and reinstall them. Is there any better way like somehow linking to common functions instead of include? This way I can add a simple script that pulls updated common functions into a station and no recompile/reinstall is needed.

Thanks in advance.

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I have a script in the "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\" folder on all workstations. All this script does is call a script on the server. That way I only have to edit one script that affects all workstations.

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I have a script in the "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\" folder on all workstations.  All this script does is call a script on the server.  That way I only have to edit one script that affects all workstations.

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Not every station has rights to different scripts or need of use. So my solution would be shortcuts to server scripts but I still would have to recompile all the scripts.

Do you know how to start one script within another?

I have one solution but its very slow and probably not suitable to functions.

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