Hi, for a script of mine, I wish to keep a time frame on till how the program will work.. basically, I want the program to read the date and if the read date < 'a particular date', the program continues, else it exit. I don't want to read the time from the computer as the program can be fooled by resetting the pc time. is there a way to read time from internet - so that the user cannot fool the program by date reset? thanks
I have an aws cloud machine where I kept all the build process to create some set of zip files and uploading them to OneDrive.
Once it is completed, I have another local machine in our environment which is a acting as a local share server also.
Is there anyway to notify this machine(without public IP) to start downloading these files.
I have written an AutoIT exe to download these files and copy them to respective locations.But don't know how to notify this from the remote machine.
Hello everyone !
While writing a sample of code to test ping to my internet box, I got stuck..
While the code is Pinging with let say.. 5000ms of timeout, I need to update a progress bar from 0 to 5000 ms at the same time but I don't know how could I do this..
Is there a way or something that could get around the pause of the ping like in InetGet -> InetGetInfo?
Good evening guys,
i'm having a problem, not about the code (i'm only thinking about it at the moment) but about the way i can do it.
I have a webpage (photo N.1) it has some elements in it.
I need only the table (photo N.2), looking at the code and with _IEFunctions i can easy find the table but how i can i "copy" it?
As i said it's really easy to found with a script but what should i do then? Copy the source? And how can i display it to the user?
In my head i'd like to display it inside a GUI, is that possible?
Thanks in advance
Edit: Posted 2 times same photo. Now should be OK