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AutoIt doesn't start other scripts

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Hi All,

I have very strange issue with AutoIt scripts. I created one script with path to another script to install software with switches and etc. When I run the first script (to install software), second script doesn't work property, starts without switches. But when I start second script directly where the script is, I have no issue at all. The second script works perfect. In the first script I have added other paths to multiple software installation and they work. The way how I did this is exacly the same like the rest of code and some of those work, some not.

Anybody can help?

Thx

Michal

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This is simple code:

FIRST SCRIPT runs silverlight.exe:

RunWait("\\server01\Install\Microsoft\Silverlight\silverlight.exe")

silverlight.exe:

Run("Silverlight_x32.exe /q")

The first script runs second script and then I see running shockwave.exe but without switch /q. When I start silverlight.exe works perfect.

In first script I have a lot more exacly the same codes for other scripts and they work.

No idea why this works only partially.

 

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I fixed the issue. I added full path to the second sript:

before:
Run("Silverlight_x32.exe /q")

after:
Run("\\server01\Install\Microsoft\Silverlight\Silverlight_x32.exe /q")

Thx

Michal

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