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Extensive library to control and manipulate Microsoft Active Directory.
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Previous downloads: 30467
Known Bugs: (last changed: 2020-07-21)
None Things to come: (last changed: 2020-07-21)
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A tiny UDF that can shoot magic packets at your computers to wake them the heck up. All credits to Olish.
The only parameter it needs to be specified – is your machine's MAC-address (ip address (the second parameter), at which you will be sending magic packet is generating automatically from @IPAddress1 macro)
_WoL_WakeDevice('001CC0CAED7A') ; the second parameter (if necessery) must be a broadcast address of your local network segment (i.e. 192.168.0.255 for a network 192.168.0.0)
This UDF allows to create formatted label using pseudo element RichLabel (RichEdit actually). Formating is set by using special modificator similar to <font> tag in Html.
Notes: This UDF is a transformation-continuation of related UDF
Small syntax related fix: GUIRichLabel_1.1.zip
This is probably a very simple question (I hope!)
I'm looking to use a UDF to access a SQL database, and have found ADO.au3, but I can't seem to work out how to use it.
I've copied the files ado.au3 and ado_constants.au3 into the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\Include, then opened SciTe and started a new project.
But when I type #include<AD - I don't get offered ADO.au3.
(I know I should be using the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\UserInclude, but when it didn't work from there, I tried the above).
What am I doing wrong?