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Birdy1499

I am trying to reboot a pc after user inputs in how many minutes until the pc reboots, I know I am overlooking something and spent about 5 hours searching for an answer with no luck.
 
here is the code
 

#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#RequireAdmin
Reboot()

Func Reboot()
    ; Asks the user to enter a time in minutes.
    Local $Time = InputBox("SET TIME FOR REBOOT", "IN MINUTES", "")
    $Min = 60
    $Reboot = $Time * $Min
    $command = ("C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe /r /t" $Reboot)
    Run ($command)
EndFunc

 
The rest of my code after this runs fine. Basically the program autoit runs can kill a remote session and a reboot brings it back. There is no way but guessing a good reboot time so a set time does not help. It does work great when I use
 
Run ("C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe /r /t 1800") I need to set the reboot time from user input.

Edited by Birdy1499

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sherkas

i think your missing an & sign.

 

$command = ("c:location" & $Reboot) 

 

That should be the proper way. As it is, your running the command only (no time) because its not added to the string.

And you should label your stuff different. Input should be $mins and your multiplier should be seconds.

So it looks like

$Reboot = $Min * $Sec

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Birdy1499

Thanks a bunch runs great, cleaned up the code as well,

#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#RequireAdmin
Reboot()

Func Reboot()
    ; Asks the user to enter a time in minutes.
    Local $Sec = InputBox("SET TIME FOR REBOOT", "IN MINUTES", "")
    $Min = 60
    $Reboot = $Sec * $Min
    $command = ("C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe /r /t " & $Reboot)
    Run ($command)
EndFunc

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sherkas

Looks great!

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