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Hello i try to hide this process windows for the user but i don't know how, if someone can help me !

RunWait('wscript.exe "OffScrub03.vbs" ALL /Quiet /NoCancel')

Thanks in advance.


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Welcome to the AutoIt forum. :)

What does OffScrub03.vbs do and why do you want to hide it from the user? :huh:


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It's for my work, i try to make an uninstall office 2003 silently :) cause user work in same time ! OffScrub03 is the script for uninstall Office 2003 extracted from the Fixit by Microsoft. Thanks

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I know there is a hyde.dll-hyde64.dll from ahk forum can hide process, but i don't know if is allowed here ( and need a conversion from AHK --> Autoit )

Maye the best thing you can do is disable the Task Manager* and then reenable it when RunWait is over

* HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoft Windows Current VersionPoliciesSystem

DisableTaskMgr = 1 Disabled

DisableTaskMgr = 0 Enabled

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